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Sarpatta Parambarai

Sarpatta Parambarai

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"I'm scared that i will loose", "Just loose it down, this is sports, right?"  Sarpatta Parambarai - Roosamana Aangila Kuththu Sandai A Ranjith Film   Cast:  Arya - Kabilan John Kokken - Vembuli Kalaiyarasan - Vetriselvan Santhosh Prathap - Raman Shabeer Kallarakkal - Dancing Rose Pasupathy - Rangan Vaathiyar Genre: Action, Drama, Sport Runtime: 2hr 53 min   Synopsis: A young man from the Black Town of 1970’s segregated Madras finds himself with the opportunity to redeem his boxing clan and himself from years of defeat. Can he do it? Will he be allowed to? Review: An underdog sports boxing film that incorporates the political background. The Sarpatta Parambarai family is filled with working-class people. They have a history of great boxer...
Jagamae Thandhiram

Jagamae Thandhiram

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Jagamae Thandhiram Jagamae Thandhiram on Netflix is Notorious, Carefree & Falls in dilemmas Star Cast: Dhanush, Sanchana Natarajan, Aishwarya Lekshmi, Vauxhall Jermaine and James Cosmo Director: Karthik Subbaraj Genre: Crime, Drama Synopsis: Jagame Thandhiram is a gangster thriller that is about the adventures of Tamil Nadu-based don Suruli (Dhanush) who is settled in London. The carefree and smart man is hired by an international don to eliminate his enemy, but he is unprepared for the moral dilemmas that follow once he takes up the assignment. A good versus evil story is told with lots of twists. Review: Dhanush plays Suruli, an unapologetic gangster from Madurai, who also runs a hotel. He is hired by Peter Sprott (Game of Thrones‘ James Cosmo), a Britain-based gangster, ...
The Family Man – Season – 2

The Family Man – Season – 2

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The Family Man Season 2 The Family Man 2 on Amazon Prime Video is detailed, funny, exciting and seamless. Star Cast: Manoj Bajpayee, Samantha Akkineni, Priyamani, Sharib Hashmi Director: Krishna D.K, Raj Nidimoru, Suparn Varma Synopsis: This season, the action moves to Chennai where Rajalaxmi, a.k.a Raji and her rebel friends are planning a massive attack. The story of her fearless soldier in Sri Lanka and the plot explodes into a show of strength between Srikanth and his team’s Task Force and the rebels. Review: Interest in the web series sequel grew even more after The Family Man Season 1, which had the highest rating on OTT. With that, the audience who had been waiting for the occasional opportunity got a chance to watch Season 2. Released on Amazon Prime Video on June 3rd. W...
Cinema Bandi

Cinema Bandi

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Cinema Bandi A Rickshaw driver who often cares for his village’s growth finds an expensive camera at his rickshaw. He decides to make a film with it and make it hit to get their village glow. Does he accomplish it?   Director: Praveen Kandregula Cast: Vikas Vasistha, Sirivennela Yanamandhala, Sandeep Varanasi, Trishara, Sindhu Sreenivasa. Genre: Comedy, Drama Language: Telugu Review: Everyone is a filmmaker… at heart. This is the conclusion given by director Praveen Kandregula. This line relates the entire concept of the story. A rickshaw driver Veerababu (Vikas Vasistha) who finds his life difficult by riding the rickshaw all throughout the day in such pit roads and accompanying his travelers with meaningful conversations about his village’s problems. Along with his weddi...
RADHE: YOUR MOST WANTED BHAI

RADHE: YOUR MOST WANTED BHAI

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Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai A suspended cop Radhe recalled for a clean-up mission in Mumbai city against a new drug mafia don Rana who kills the nation’s backbones by supplying drugs.       Director: Prabhu Deva Cast:      Salman Khan, Disha Patani, Randeep Hooda, Jacjie Shroff, Megha Akash, Bharath Srinivasan. Genre:   Thriller, Drama, Action, Crime   Review: Radhe : Your Most Wanted Bhai is a remake of South Korean hit “The Outlaws”. Radhe (Salman Khan) a savage cop, been revoked from suspension for the city’s cleanup mission against a drug war which has spoiled the youngsters. Diya (Disha Patani) a working fashion model meets Radhe and falls for him. Rana (Randeep Hooda) Mumbai’s underworld don selling drugs, showing his brutal gender grievous ...
NIZHAL

NIZHAL

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Nizhal A Judicial Magistrate who comes across an 8-year-old Nithin’s killing stories that connects with the real-life incidents, makes him to explore and find answers. Do they have a real-life connection?     Director: Appu N. Bhattathiri Cast:      Kunchacko Boban, Nayanthara, Saiju Kurup, Izin Hash, Vinod Kovoor, Aneesh Gopal, Divya Prabha Genre:   Mystery, thriller   Review: State award winning editor Appu N Bhattathiri’s directional debut is NIzhal. Rain was a metaphor used by the audience to understand the mental conflicts and inner thoughts of the protagonist. Nizhal, a different experiment. From the beginning to the end, the atmosphere of the film is full of mystery. The story starts with Judicial Magistrate John Baby (Kunchacko Boban), Nitin...
NAYATTU

NAYATTU

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Nayattu (The Hunt) Three cops run for their lives after being dragged into in a tragic incident caused by a caste’s civilian occurring while nearing the state’s By-election period.   Director: Martin Prakkat Cast: Kunchacko Boban, Joju George, Nimisha Sajayan, Jaffer Idukki Genre: Thriller, Drama   Review: Praveen Michael (Kunchacko Boban) who joins as a CPO (Civilian Police Officer) new joinee in the station, who cares much about his mother and his family. Maniyan (Joju George) senior officer of 20 years experienced, Asst. Sub Inspector runs to earn only for his lovely daughter. Feels guilty of himself, not spending time with her mostly. And Sunitha Krishna (Nimisha Sajayan) who takes care of her lonely mother, struggles to build her house with a family member ...
THEENI

THEENI

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Theeni (Ninnila Ninnila) Three human souls finding solutions by variety of food recipes for their so called pro-longed problems.     Director: Ani. I.V. Sasi Cast:      Ashok Selvan, Ritu Varma, Nassar, Nithya Menon Genre:   Comedy, Romance   Review: Theeni opens up in UK on a phone call with Dev (Ashok Selvan) interrogating about a hotel to visit next morning. Dev visits London to join for his new job as chef in a Michelin Star restaurant called Amara, Tara (Ritu Varma) also a worker at the same restaurant working as a chef comes to find her lost dad at her young age and (Nassar) the Head Chef, who lost his family very soon after marriage, leaves cooking behind and runs the Amara restaurant. “Theeni” is these three souls’ story all about. How they help each oth...
SULTHAN

SULTHAN

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Sulthan Romance, Action Synopsis: A young child (Vikram) is raised by set of brutal gangsters, later vikram(sulthan) tries to change them into good responsible citizen by utilizing the opportunity of an unknown village’s crisis.    Review: The movie starts with such a Devarmagan effect where the protagonist’s father is a don for around 100 Big gangsters in a village. Hero Vikram also called as Sulthan (Karthi) is born around a time of a blood bath immense scene and loses his mother at the time of birth.  He’s then taken care of his father and his 100 gangsters’ brothers. A promise made by his father (Nepolean) to an unknown villager to save them from a Big gun Rowdy sets the movie to the track form there on. After his father’s death sulthan gets a chance to change his ...
MAARA

MAARA

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MAARA REVIEW   DIRECTED BY: Dhilip Kumar CAST: Madhavan as Manimaaran (a) Maara Shraddha Srinath as Parvathi (a) Paaru Sshivdha as Kani Mouli as Vellaiya Alexander Babu as Thief SYNOPSIS: Paaru, an independent woman gets intrigued by the artworks on a wall illustrated by Maara and decides to track him down. What made her go head over heels for the illustration and what awaits them forms the crux of the story. REVIEW: This film is adapted from the movie ‘CHARLIE’ released on 2015, starring Dulquer Salman and Parvathy. The colour theme for both Paaru and Maara has worked out perfectly. The resemblance of these characters and the parallelism was mastered by the team. The cast has done their job to perfection. The music makes you travel with the lives of the char...
Paava Kadhaigal

Paava Kadhaigal

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Paava Kadhaigal Heart-rending tales of love, pride, and prejudice   Director:  Sudha Kongara, Gautham Vasudev Menon, Vignesh Shivan, Vetrimaaran. Cast:  Prakash Raj, Kalki Koechlin, Kalidas Jayaram, Shanthnu Bhagyaraj, Gautham Vasudev Menon, Sai Pallavi, Anjali, Simran, Adithya Bhaskar.   We are in a land that has seen many evil practices like Sati, Child Marriages, and female infanticides. It took ages to eradicate practices like Sati due to relentless fight by many progressive-minded people. But unfortunately, the inhuman practices of female infanticide and child abuse continue in many parts with new unethical practices emanating in the name of pride and honour as indicated by recent incidents that took place across the country. There is a Burmese Proverb th...
Andhaghaaram

Andhaghaaram

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WHEN DARKNESS FALLS, EVERYTHING FALLS! Andhaghaaram (2020)       Synopsis - As a blind librarian, dispirited cricketer and desolate psychiatrist each seek retribution and release, their lives overlap under eerie influences.   Director: V. Vignarajan Director of Photography: A.M. Edwin Sakay Music Director: Pradeep Kumar Editor: Sathyaraj Natarajan   Cast: Arjun Das as Vinod Vinoth Kishan as Selvam Pooja Ramachandran as Pooja Kumar Natarajan as Dr. Indran Misha Ghoshal as Manasi Genre: Horror, Mystery, Thriller Runtime: 2hr 51mins   Review: A very good and appreciable experimental attempt to make a psychological supernatural content from a new comer writer-director V Vignarajan. I can't even imagine watc...
Thatrom Thookrom

Thatrom Thookrom

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DREAMS ARE NEVER CHEAP… Thatrom Thookrom Review     Cast: Tee Jay Arunasalam Fouziee, Kali Venkat Seenu Mohan Crew: Director: Arul Suriakannu Director of Photography: Sathish Murugan N Music Director: Balamurali Balu Rating: U/A (India) Genres: Action, Drama Synopsis: Three smart fellows who strives hard to attain their dream of becoming rich, falls prey onto a dirty politician’s hand and how deliberately the boys come ease out of it, is  Arul Suriakannu’s “Thatrom Thookrom”. Review: 3 orphan fellows who works in a liquor shop, get dreams to become richer by going to foreign and they effortlessly earn their money very keenly and keep saving it. Teejay the man (protagonist), growing up in an orphanage along with his 2 friends ...
Mookuthi Amman

Mookuthi Amman

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Mookuthi Amman Review   Director: N J Saravanan & RJ Balaji Cast RJ Balaji as Engels Ramasamy Nayanthara as Mookuthi Amman Urvashi as Ramasamy's Mother Ajay Ghosh as Bhagavathi Baba Music: Krish Cinematography: Dinesh Krishnan Genre: Drama, Comedy Runtime: 141 minutes Synopsis: A TV reporter who has been gathering evidences to expose a self-styled godman for years, gets help from goddess Mookuthi Amman. How does he utilize the situation to bring down the godman before the public is – 2K’s – Amman Thai for you… Review: RJ Balaji, who is a local TV reporter in Nagercoil, lives very hard with his grandfather, mother and 3 sisters. At the same time, he has been collecting news of the occupation of 11 thousand acres of land. RJ Balaji’s mother...
SOORARAI POTTRU

SOORARAI POTTRU

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SOORARAI POTTRU REVIEW   CAST: Nedumaaran Rajangam – Suriya Bommi – Aparna Balamurali Paresh – Paresh Rawal Pechi – Urvashi Directed by – Sudha Kongara   SYNOPSIS: This movie revolves around the protagonist, who aspires to make the flight travel possible for everyone. Will he let the obstacles that comes his way, take away his dream?   REVIEW: “Soorarai Potru” translated to ‘Praise the Brave’, is based on a book “Simply Fly” written by Capt.Gopinath picturing his own life. Portraying his character in the movie is Suriya, who has done a brilliant job in expressing the emotions in perfect balance. All the characters played their part with perfection. The background score, directed by G.V. Prakash Kumar, gives us goosebumps. Cinematograp...