'Mohanlal is a naturally gifted actor. His talent has not gone anywhere. When he listens to a story he starts forming chemistry with the characters in his mind.'
Exploring the eighth theme in his Navarasa series Jayaraj, unlike his previous outings, makes his narrative fast-paced and wavy.
The actor, seen in the latest Malayalam-Tamil bilingual movie ‘Adrishyam’, in a candid chat speaks about the movie and also his career.
Vineeth Sreenivasan speaks about writing, his latest movie ‘Mukundan Unni Associates’, life in Chennai, upcoming projects and so on.
‘Nirmala’ released in 1948 on February 15th is the film that rescued Malayalam cinema from the clutches of Tamil cinema, music and theatre influence.
Rosshan Andrrews thanked the Malayalam audience for accepting his different genres of films and wrote that he 'never stopped trying'.
There are people who make a ruckus if the caravan has to be parked at a distance due to space constraints, Suresh Kumar says.
Rishabh Shetty, director of the Kannada film 'Kantara', speaks about the making of the film, its pan-India release and the controversy surrounding music.
TP Rajeevan never balked from saying what he felt was right. He was unafraid of the repercussions. He stood resolute in his ideals and beliefs.
With a captivating storyline laced with comical elements 'Jaya Jaya Jaya Hey', written and directed by Vipin Das, marvellously exploits the suburban style and slang of Kollam.