‘Iruttu Araiyil Murattu Kuththu’ review: A juvenile adult comedy that’s ridiculous when it’s not funny

Adult comedies are to cinema what special economic zones are to a country. They work on a different set of rules. And with adult comedies, there’s ju

On Vinod Khanna, the contender

A larger than life hero who could act, Vinod Khanna managed to steer clear of image trap but always missed the top slot by a whisker

‘Naa Peru Surya…’ review: Lost in the drivel

A potential coming-of-age story of a soldier ends up as a tedious drama

How the 71-year-old Cannes film festival is not keeping up with the times

In the face of fierce opposition to the present and the future, detractors of Cannes, the grandmother of film festivals, say that the event is past i

Rohena Gera’s ‘Sir’ competes at La Semaine de la Critique

The director says her début feature at the Cannes Film Festival — about breaking class barriers and an impossible love — is not an arthouse film

‘Omerta’ review: doesn’t go beyond the clinical

This documentary-like recreation of the life of a terrorist merely skims the surface