Prithviraj-Mamta Mohandas-starrer Bhramam will be a fabulous treat for those who haven't watched Andhadhun.
'Squid Game' isn’t the first to bring a bloody and action-packed story to our screens. Like in many of those series, the survival here too revolves around money.
The story of Sunny reveals the plight of a lost human soul stuck between life and his turmoil. How he frees himself and finds the grip or if at all he is able to do so, forms the drama.
Suraj Venjaramoodu and Tovino Thomas take the movie to a different level.
The film starring Tovino, Suraj and Aishwarya is a layered emotional thriller that runs on the complexities with regard to human bonds.
Thalaivii opens with a scene at the state assembly, where Mu Karuna, played by Nasser, gets up to present the budget, reminding us of the incident in the assembly where Jayalalithaa was stripped of her dignity.
Director Siva Nirvana plays it safe with a predictable climax.
Saif's performance backed by years of experience and Arjun Kapoor's well-mannered nuances make the movie watchable.
'Home' narrates the tale of human emotions pegged at different levels of age, situation, perspective and approach and the longing to breach the mind's borders to find some space.