Latha Srinivasan

Deputy Executive Editor

A journalist who is passionate about films and food, she writes extensively on south Indian entertainment, lifestyle and anything off the beaten track. She loves dogs and is an avid traveller.

Tumhari Sulu movie review: Vidya Balan as Sulu makes it a compelling watch

With Vidya Balan starring in a film, you can be rest assured that the performance will be a brilliant one as she brings authenticity and warmth to whatever role she plays. And in ‘Tumhari Sulu’ it is no different. Sulochana....Read More

Fostering new flavours in India

When we say ‘ajinomoto’, what comes to mind is a flavour-enhancer that people have mixed opinions about. But as we speak to Atsushi Mishuku, Managing Director of Ajinomoto India, we learn some new facts not just about the product but....Read More

Theeran Adhigaram Ondru Movie Review: Karthi delivers an excellent performance in gripping, racy cop story

It has been a while since we saw a cop fill in Tamil cinema that is sans macho histrionics and rooted in reality. Director H Vinoth’s ‘Theeran Adhigaram Ondru’ offers not just a gripping story but also presents Karthi in....Read More

Aramm Movie review: A serious, thought-provoking film in which Nayanthara shines

Water, water everywhere and not a drop to drink. That’s the basic theme of director Gopi Nainar’s film ‘Aramm’ which takes on a serious and thought-provoking issue. We are taken to a village in the interiors of Tamil Nadu where....Read More

Qarib Qarib Singlle movie review: The Parvathy-Irrfan chemistry makes this rom-com a must-watch

They are two people who are past 35 and yet to find a partner in life. And when they both register on a dating site, their paths intertwine. Jaya (Parvathy) works in an insurance company while Yogi (Irrfan) is a....Read More

Ippadai Vellum movie review: Udhayanidhi has grown as an actor but script fails him

Udhayanidhi Stalin is back on screen with ‘Ippadai Vellum’ and this time he has tried to break away from the typical rom-com films he has done. The movie introduces us first to Chotta Raj (Daniel Balaji), a terrorist who is a....Read More

Ittefaq Movie Review: The intriguing murder mystery churns best out of Siddharth Malhotra

This movie like the name denotes takes off from the 1969 film Ittefaq directed by Yash Chopra. And interestingly, the director of the 2017 Ittefaq is Yash Chopra’s grand-nephew. ‘Ittefaq’ is a murder mystery which has numerous twists and turns and....Read More

Aval movie review: Despite the deja vu, a good horror flick this season

It clearly is the horror season with Halloween just having gone by and with release of the horror-comic flick ‘Aval’. This movie, directed by Milind Rau and co-produced and co-written by actor Siddharth, released in Tamil, Telugu (Graham) and in Hindi....Read More

Garuda Vega is along the lines of Bourne Identity, says Rajasekhar

Telugu film PSV Garuda Vega is set to release on November 3 and the hero of the film Dr Rajasekhar is looking forward to it. He plays an NIA office in this film directed by Praveen Sattaru. Rajasekhar talks about....Read More

Vaibhav Reddy talks about his film Meyaadha Maan’s success

It takes a lot of guts to release a movie during Diwali with a Thalapathy Vijay film but Producer Karthik Subbaraj took the risk with ‘Meyaadha Maan’ and it has paid off. ‘Meyaadha Maan’ starring Vaibhav, Priya Bhavani Shankar, Vivek....Read More

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