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One look at Rakesh Haridas’ superior work in Sherni and Nna Thaan Case Kodu, and you’re bound to ask why he hasn’t done more narrative features.
In a first, Kerala researchers conduct study on distribution of pseudoscorpions in the Western Ghats
Filmmakers are experimenting and breaking barriers. However, it is disappointing to note glaring discrepancies, biased narratives, regressive dialogues & plain lack of research even in this age.
While the plight of women in cinema is getting plenty of spotlight, the struggles of female artists who face discrmination and ridicule because of their gender is hardly discussed
Malayalam actor-director Vijay Babu accused of sexual assault; he posts a live video saying, 'I am the victim'
The police in Kerala have booked Malayalam actor-producer Vijay Babu for alleged sexual assault of a female actor
Sharafudheen plays the male lead in Ntikkakkakkoru Premandaarnnu
In a filmography that spanned over 500 films, picking one favourite would be an exercise in futility.
For Malayalam cinema, 2022 will be a year of much-celebrated reunions and a bunch of big names joining hands with first-timers.
The impact of the Covid second wave and the closing down of theatres in April have resulted in a paradigm shift in the way the Malayalam cinema was consumed in 2021.
While platforms like Amazon Prime Video and Netflix gravitated towards relatively more mainstream affairs, platforms like SonyLiv, Zee5 and Neestream looked towards independent content.
As the year comes to a close, we look at five filmmakers from Malayalam cinema who got people talking
RIP Puneeth Rajkumar: Filmstars from Bollywood, Kannada, Telugu, Tamil and Malayalam cinema express their condolences
The actor was reportedly working out at the gym when he collapsed suddenly and was rushed to the hospital
Sufiyum Sujatayum trailer: Aditi Rao’s return to Malayalam cinema promises to be a heart-wrenching love story
The movie will see Jayasurya and Aditi Rao Hydari in the lead roles
Captain Raju is more popularly known for his villain roles and got the name after he quit the Indian Army as a Captain before joining films in 1981.
Filmmaking workshops, script pitching festivals, and more.
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