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Khalid Mohamed's review: Dear Dad

By Khalid Mohamed
Originally posted on Spotboye.com

Where there’s a road, there’s a way: to bond, exchange confidences, encounter a weirdo or two, get drunk, whizz past cool nature scapes and generally chatter on about the trivial and not-so-trivial pursuits of life. 390 more words


After Thoughts: Why Dear Dad Oozes With Realism

“Some films strive to exemplify cinema with a purpose,” I found myself saying, as I exited Tanuj Bhramar’s Dear Dad preview starring Arvind Swamy… 474 more words

After Thoughts

Unnecessary Hype Around Charan's Villain

Unnecessary Hype Around Charan’s Villain

Ram Charan is coming up with “Thani Oruvan” remake in Telugu. The film’s work might start once he returns from his holiday in USA………..read more………

Arvind Swami - the reluctant actor!

In 1991 the Tamil cinema audience were introduced to a suave and good-looking actor when Arvind Swami took on with panache the role of a step-brother (pucca credentials playing a young district Collector upholding the Law) against Tamil superstar Rajnikanth (an illegitimate son who is the right-hand man to a righteous mob boss – Mammootty) in Thalapathi.

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I am not Bad. I am just Evil.

Pre-Script: This post is about my thoughts and views about a Tamil Movie and not review. Purely No intention to judge and predict others talents. 343 more words


Last Man Standing

Being closely related to someone who used to work in the revenue department of India can be a major disadvantage while watching cop movies. My father hated watching cop movies where the protagonist goes alone to the enemy camp, shoots down everyone, comes back victoriously without a single drop of sweat or blood and even gets the girl in the end. 909 more words


Thani Oruvan (TAMIL)

Starring: ‘Jayam’ Ravi, Nayanthara, Arvind Swamy, Nasser, Thambi Ramaiah and many more
Editing : Gopikrishna
Music : Hiphop Tamizha Aadhi
Cinematography: Ramji
Written by: Suba & Mohan Raja… 470 more words