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Kanchana 2 (Tamil)
With the 'Kanchana' franchise, which is now about eight years old, Lawrencce had opened the floodgates to several successful horror-comedies in Tamil cinema. [more]


OK Kanmani (Tamil)
It doesn't matter if you're a Mani Ratnam fan or not, his latest outing, 'O Kadhal Kanmani' is sure to leave you with an everlasting smile on your face. [more]


Vai Raja Vai (Tamil)
In 'Vai Raja Vai', the lead actors are named after themselves. Gautham Karthik is Karthik, Priya Anand is Priya and Sathish is Sathish. [more]


Uthama Villain (Tamil)
The film opens in a theatre as the camera captures the frenzied mood of fans waiting to watch the latest release of superstar Manoranjan, played by Kamal Haasan. [more]


Surkhaab (Hindi)
Surkaab, a story of our timesof globalization, immigration and basic survival. [more]


Kuch Kuch Locha Hai (Hindi)
Ram plays a rich Gujarati businessman and Sunny, a famous film star. The situations they find themselves in, lead to funny moments. [more]


Jill (Telugu)
The film, according to its director, was titled 'Jil' because it's supposed to have a few hair-raising moments. [more]


Kallappadam (Tamil)
Closely following in the footsteps of meta films such as 'Jigarthanda' and 'Kathai Thiraikkathai Vasanam Iyakkam', comes debutante J. Vadivel's 'Kallappadam', another honest and brave attempt to throw the spotlight on the trials and tribulations of struggling first-timers in filmdom by walking a tightrope between satire and tribute. [more]


Charles Shafiq Karthiga (Tamil)
'CSK' is the kind of thriller that attempts something offbeat but doesn't quite succeed in keeping us on the edge of our seats. [more]


Solid Patels (Hindi)
Tom Patel & Jerry Patel! These Patel boys are no less than real life animated characters themselves! They live together in a rented apartment in Mumbai, and have no specific jobs. [more]


Margarita, with a Straw (Hindi)
A rebellious young woman with cerebral palsy leaves her home in India to study in New York,unexpectedly falls in love, and embarks on an exhilarating journey of self-discovery. [more]


Gabbar Is Back (Hindi)
There's no one more dangerous than a common man on a death wish. This is one such story of a man remorselessly wronged by the establishment. [more]


Dharam Sankat Mein (Hindi)
The film revolves around a Hindu man who goes through an identity crisis when he discovers he was adopted as a son in a hindu family but was born in a Muslim family. [more]


Kaaki Sattai (Tamil)
In what could've been a scene originally written for a star hero, Sivakarthikeyan storms into a police station (in slow motion) as inspector Mathimaran and threatens some thugs who're creating a nuisance. He delivers a lengthy sermon about the sections under which he can book them. And just when you start to realise the seriousness of the scene, you're in for a twist. [more]


Enakkul Oruvan (Tamil)
Throughout 'Enakkul Oruvan', a remake of Kannada indie hit 'Lucia', we see Siddharth desperately trying to convince us that there's a highly talented actor within the star he has become over the years. [more]


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