Showing posts from June 11, 2022

Veetla Vishesham is a humorous movie, but has lots of moral values that audiences will take back home from the theaters” - Aparna Balamurali

  Having won unconditional appreciation for her brilliant performance as Bommi in Soorarai Pottru, the talented actress Aparna Balamurali is back in K-Town with RJ Balaji’s Veetla Vishesham. She is all set to enthrall the audiences with her new avatar ‘Sowmya’. Actress Aparna shares some of the wonderful moments that happened on the sets, and why she accepted to be a part of Veetla Vishesham, which is hitting screens on June 17, 2022.  “Sowmya is a character that someone can relate with as a girl-to-next-door. I am glad to be a part of the movie that deals with the relationship values,” says Aparna, who continues to add, “The first reason I got excited to be a part of this project is Badai Ho, which was a huge success. Secondly, the way, Balaji wrote the script, by making many changes from the original version, to adapt to the regional tastes of Tamil audiences. Veetla Vishesham is a humorous movie, but has lots of moral values that audiences will take back home from the theaters.”  Fu

Kamal Haasan, Lokesh Kankaraj speak candidly at success meet !

 Ulaganayagan Kamal Haasan is ecstatic after the blockbuster success of his film Vikram, directed by Lokesh Kanakaraj. The duo held a success meet, engaging with the the press and media and sharing their happiness at the success of the film which also stars Fahad Faasil and Vijay Sethupathi. "We are here to share our joy and thank you all.  We will continue to keep on  efforts to do good work," said Kamal. Fielding questions on topics  like the possibility of the revival of his pet projects, long ago put on the back burner, Marudhanayagam, Maramyogi and  Sabash Naidu, Kamal was in his element as he answered questions with candour and flair. He responded by saying that with the passage of time,  having lived with the stories, his interest has diminished and he now was more interested in exploring newer subjects. But he also expressed regret that he could not showcase many skills to viewers, which felt like a loss to him,  because those films didn't take off. From questions

Film Review : 777 Charlie

 The much awaited Rakshit Shetty starrer 777 Charlie hit theatres on June 10th in multiple languages. The film revolves around a much disillusioned and disliked man, Dharma, ( Rakshit Shetty) who has been dealt a bad hand in life and long since stopped caring about anything.  Into his life walks in a dog, ( Charlie), a labrador who was abused by his owners. Dharma has no room for him in his life but slowly the dynamics change as the duo start a journey together that becomes  life-changing. The film is a heartwarming tale, which will leave you not just with a message, but also lots of laughs, adventures galore and some warm and fuzzy memories in this tale about change, self-reflection and self discovery. Charlie steals the show and the scenes with Rakshit leave a mark,  be it the funny moments or the emotional highs and lows.  Kudos to director Kiran Raj for treating the subject with integrity and avoiding unnecessary distractions. The camerwork is top notch as is the music of Nobin Pau