Showing posts from December 20, 2018

It was difficult to play Maari - Dhanush

by Rinku Gupta Maari2 directed by Balaji  Mohan, the sequel to Maari, is releasing tomorrow. At a recent press meet, hero Dhanush revealed why it was so tough for him to play the lead character," Maari doesnt like anyone and nobody likes him. But despite that, the audiences seem to like Maari. That was a tough proposition to execute. He would even poke and puncture the balloons of kids! I told director Balaji that kids who normally like me in films, wouldnt like me anymore if he put scenes like this! But Balaji was confident it would work. In fact playing the character in Vada Chennai  who carries alit of guilt, was easier for me than playing Maari, because of this characterisation!" Speaking about what to expect from the film he said, "Maari 2 is a out and out formula, masala entertainment film. There is no great message or exemplary making or anything to learn from it. Audiences can come with thier families and enjoy the film and go home happy. There are mas

Rangaraj Pandey in Ajith starrer, Pink remake

by Rinku Gupta Boney Kapoor the successful producer from Bollywood is producing his debut Tamil movie which is the remake of the successful Pink ( Hindi). Quite a buzz was created when Kapoor announced that Thala Ajith is part of the film or #AK59. At the recent puja of the film,  Journalist Rangaraj  Pandey was also spotted, creating speculation about his role in the project, especially since he recently resigned from his position on a TV channel. Now, Pandey has confirmed doing an important role in the film, by tweeting an article published on the topic in a daily paper. Remains to be see what his role could be. Perhaps that of a lawyer in the courtroom drama starring Amitabh Bachchan in a major role in the  Tapsee Pannu  starrer?

Quick Review : Silukuvarpetti Singam

by Rinku Gupta Directed by Chella Ayyavu, Silukuvarpetti Singam produced by Vishnu Vishal Studioz, is set in a small village. Sathyamurthy ( Vishnu Vishal) is a reluctant cop who is content ferrying tea and snacks for his boss, dating girls and trying his hand ( and failing) at karate in his free time, much to the consternation of his grandmother who wants him to become a sub-inspector. One day love blossoms when he meets his athai's daughter, Rajeswari (Regina Cassandra looking like a million bucks) after she returns to the village to become a teacher. He wants to marry her but his uncle is against it because of our hero's ambition -less life in the junior ranks of the force. But a unique opportunity to prove himself, get his lady love and fulfil his grandmother's wishes for his promotion, presents itself one day. The reluctant cop, quite by accident, manages to catch a dreaded don. But the don escapes with the help of his henchman ( Yogi Babu in a lengthy and hila