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Kidaari -Movie review

Movie starts with Kombaiya Pandian ( Vela Ramamoorthy) the kingpin of Saattur is rushed to the hospital after an attempt on his life. Even his loyal right hand Kidaari ( Sasi Kumar ) is surprised and determined to find the person behind this murder attempt. 163 more words

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Thoughts on 'Kidaari'...

Sasikumar’s ‘Kidaari’ directed by Debutante Prasath Murugesan is yet another rural action thriller in Sasikumar’s style, but the film wins in its treatment. It is a commercial entertainer with a conventional story that is told unconventionally. 361 more words

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Wherever I may roam

Darbuka Siva, debutant composer of upcoming Sasikumar-starrer, Kidaari, tells me that every action in his life is guided by the nomad in him

As Darbuka Siva tells me how quickly he tires of routine, how everything he’s ever done in life is to avoid repetition, I cannot but be reminded of Red’s assessment of Dufresne in The Shawshank Redemption: “ 682 more words


Con-Scripts of Cinema: Framing the Tamil Third Wave

eDhvani (UoH Journal of Comparative Literature, ISSN 2279-0209) Issue 2, January 2013.

Madurai-based films as a study of caste representation in Tamil cinema are common —  in academic circles and otherwise. 256 more words


Sasikumar To Play Villan In Thala57 ?

Sasikumar To Play Villan In Thala57?

Thala Ajith is again collaborating with director Siruthai Siva for his 57th film. The Source Says that Ajith is to Play a Bond Role in his 57th Film and the entire shooting will be held in Foreign. 103 more words


Vetrivel (TAMIL)

Starring: Sasikumar, Prabhu, Mia George, Thambi Ramaiah and many more
Editing : AL Ramesh
Music : D Imman
Cinematography: SR Kathir
Directed by: Vasanthamani

Sasikumar after his daring attempt with Bala gets back to his original avatar, the feel good persona of rural type film. 314 more words


Vetrivel - Movie Review

Vetrivel which is directed by Vasanthamani opens in a rural backdrop, where caste system overtakes human values and life itself. Saravanan (Ananth Nag) and Subha (Varsha) are lovers studying in the same college. 252 more words

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