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Velaiyilla Pattathari (VIP) Movie Review: Royal Entertainment, Smartly Packaged!

Honestly I stepped into Velaiyilla Pattathari quite wary of the implications of having an unemployed loafer of a protagonist stalk the dumbest girl on earth  for almost one twenty minutes, while in the process crack the crudest sexist jokes and mouth the lamest punch lines till every soul in the theatre either drops dead or acts…

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The Avatars of the Stalker

There’s a thin line between being in love and being obsessed – earnestly confessing your feelings for someone and coercing someone to reciprocate to your feelings. Writers, filmmakers and other artists have been universally enamoured by the psyche of the “stalker” – the innocuous or fiendish guy or girl who pursues the person he or…

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Velai Illa Pattadhaari: Trailer

Velai Illa Pattadhaari (unemployed graduate) or VIP has been in the news ever since it was launched late last year. This Tamil film sees ace cinematographer R.Velraj make his debut as writer-director and the film has been produced by Dhanush himself. Dhanush is paired with Amala Paul for the first time and this will be…

Naiyaandi: Trailer

Writer-director A.Sarkunam has been noticed with his 1st and 2nd Tamil films, Kalavani (2010) and Vaagai Sooda Vaa (2011) being commercially and critically accepted. His films have also been appreciated for the good use of humour which blends with the narration pretty well.

Raanjhanaa Movie Review:Two Different Films

Movies are pretty much built on love. Love stories have been the staple diet for movie goers since the silent films era and even in the era of talkies beginning with Gone In The Wind in 1939 or even  if I look back even earlier,  I would find something fo sure. We Indians have had…