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Bro Daddy Review
The comedy is stale, but there are bits that make you laugh, notes Divya Nair. Actor Prithviraj's second directorial venture Bro Daddy is a light-hearted film that deals with twin subjects of......
'I still look at you with the same starstruck eyes'
'Thank you for being an inspiration, not just to me, but to an entire generation.' Southside Superstar Mammootty turned 70 on September 7, and his colleagues from the film industry got on social......
8 Reasons to see Kumbalangi Nights
Kumbalangi Nights is one of those movies that will put you in a good mood every time you watch it, promises Anita Aikara. 2019's biggest hit in Malayalam, Kumbalangi Nights is full of heart. Set......
Why film-makers like barbershops
'For the film-maker, as for the photographer, barbershops with their many moments of interest -- wall-to-wall mirrors, shiny accoutrements, beaded curtains -- provide ample scope for mis-en-scene,'......
Are masala movies dead?
'What we have is 'masala redeemed' as opposed to just 'masala resurrected',' argues Sreehari Nair. IMAGE: Rajinikanth in Petta. Can there be a greater proof for the death of masala cinema than......
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