Thoongavanam almost combines the visceral force of an action film with the suspense and urgency of a thriller
Kamal Hasaan's presence along with the flawless ensemble performance of the supporting cast makes it a riveting thriller
As a viewer, suddenly, you get the feeling that the life of superstar Kamal Haasan is unfolding on screen
trust producer-director-actor Kamal Haasan to serve up the good old filmic formula in a well-mounted cinematic package that lends the largely predictable material an impressive veneer.
"In the future people might think that I am exaggerating out of nostalgia. So I put it on record. It is going to be very difficult for the film industry to produce another talent like Mr K Vishwanath," said Kamal Haasan
Veteran filmmaker and actor Kasinathuni Viswanath has been announced as the recipient of the Dadasaheb Phalke Award for 2016 for his contribution to Indian cinema
Vishwaroopam 2: "Happy to announce, Raajkamal Films International has taken over the responsibility of bringing Vishwaroopam 2 within this calendar year 2017," tweeted Kamal Haasan
On Friday, Baahubali actor Sathyaraj apologised for his comments over the Cauvery row
Kamal Haasan turned down the offer to play the antagonist opposite Rajinikanth in 2.0 but said that it was not because it was a negative role. The part is now being played by Akshay Kumar.
Actor Kamal Haasan and his daughter Shruti are reportedly all set to star in their first film together, a comedy directed by T K Rajeev Kumar.
Actors Ranveer Singh and Kareena Kapoor Khan are reportedly onboard the remake of Sadma, which will be backed by Boney Kapoor. The 1983 film featured Sridevi and Kamal Haasan in lead roles.
In an exclusive interview to NDTV, Visaranai director said: "All these greats (Rajinikanth and Kamal Haasan) have come together to support a film like ours. The film is a very small film but, their wishes and support have made this film into a very big film." Both Rajinikanth and Mr Haasan had tweeted in support of the movie on Thursday. Visaranai hit screens on February 5.
Kamal Haasan is undoubtedly one of Indian cinema's most versatile actors and is the only movie star, seven of whose films have been nominated for the Oscars
Southern actress Asin, best known for her role in Ghajini, turned 31 today. All Is Well with the actress, who is happily married to Micromax founder Rahul Sharma and has taken a sabbatical. Here's her pictorial journey in the film industry.
This image was posted on Instagram by Asin
Bollywood actress Shruti Haasan has stepped out of the shadow of her legendary father, Tamil superstar Kamal Haasan to establish herself as a star in her own right.
Abhishek Bachchan was spotted at the ongoing FICCI Frames conference on sports leagues