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Channel Title : Film Companion South

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Published Date : 2018-11-21T04:30:39.000Z

Karan Johar talks to Baradwaj Rangan about how Aditya Chopra introduced him to the cinema of Mani Ratnam. He talks about how different things would have been had he presented SS Rajamouli’s Ega in the North. Talking about 2.0, he says it’s going to have one of the biggest openings of Indian cinema and why it was a no-brainer to choose to distribute the film. Calling Bahubali a ‘beautiful and creative slap on our faces’ he explains why South Indian films have always been the pioneers of new technology. #Face2Face #KaranJohar #2point0 Visit us at http://filmcompanion.in Do Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe to our channel. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/FCsubscribe Follow Us On: https://www.facebook.com/filmcompanion https://www.twitter.com/filmcompanion http://instagram.com/filmcompanion The Film Companion is a web channel intended to promote Indian cinema through films review, interviews, discussions, video essays and analytical compilations. It is intended primarily for the purpose of encouraging informed discussions, criticism and review of cinema and towards such purpose the programs use short extracts of cinematograph films, sounds recording and photographic works. These clips and extracts are of a minimal nature and the use is not intended to interfere in any manner with their commercial exploitation of the compete work by the owners of the copyright. The use of works are in compliance with the fair dealing exception provided under Sec. 52 of the Copyright Act, and we asset our use of the works under the exception provided for criticism and review.
    

Channel Title : Film Companion South

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Published Date : 2018-09-14T09:48:07.000Z

Aishwarya Rajesh talks about TV serials and her entry into cinema with films like Pa Ranjith's Attakathi. She talks about casting couch, about North Indian heroines and the opportunities they get. Despite performance-oriented roles like the ones in Dharma Durai (with Vijay Sethupathi) or Kaaka Muttai, she emphasises the need for glamorous roles opposite big stars like Ajith and Vijay and Vikram (her Dhruva Natchatiram co-star). She talks about being a Shah Rukh Khan fan, and about Simran, Roja, Khushbu, her favourite actresses. She discusses working with Seenu Ramasamy, Gautam Menon, Mani Ratnam, VetriMaaran, Manikandan, and talks about learning cricket for Sivakarthikeyan's Kanaa. Visit us at http://filmcompanion.in Do Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe to our channel. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/FCsubscribe Follow Us On: https://www.facebook.com/filmcompanion https://www.twitter.com/filmcompanion http://instagram.com/filmcompanion The Film Companion is a web channel intended to promote Indian cinema through films review, interviews, discussions, video essays and analytical compilations. It is intended primarily for the purpose of encouraging informed discussions, criticism and review of cinema and towards such purpose the programs use short extracts of cinematograph films, sounds recording and photographic works. These clips and extracts are of a minimal nature and the use is not intended to interfere in any manner with their commercial exploitation of the compete work by the owners of the copyright. The use of works are in compliance with the fair dealing exception provided under Sec. 52 of the Copyright Act, and we asset our use of the works under the exception provided for criticism and review.
    

Channel Title : Film Companion South

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Published Date : 2018-11-19T10:15:04.000Z

In this episode of 'She Says She Says', Namita talks about Tamil cinema heroines she grew up with. No, not the 'several' multi-dimensional characters that have populated our screens. She's referring to the 'manic pixie dream girls', 'vaayadis' and 'feels women' that continue to sell our movies. #SheSaysSheSays #FilmCompanionSouth #Namita Visit us at http://filmcompanion.in Do Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe to our channel. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/FCsubscribe Follow Us On: https://www.facebook.com/filmcompanion https://www.twitter.com/filmcompanion http://instagram.com/filmcompanion The Film Companion is a web channel intended to promote Indian cinema through films review, interviews, discussions, video essays and analytical compilations. It is intended primarily for the purpose of encouraging informed discussions, criticism and review of cinema and towards such purpose the programs use short extracts of cinematograph films, sounds recording and photographic works. These clips and extracts are of a minimal nature and the use is not intended to interfere in any manner with their commercial exploitation of the compete work by the owners of the copyright. The use of works are in compliance with the fair dealing exception provided under Sec. 52 of the Copyright Act, and we asset our use of the works under the exception provided for criticism and review.
    

Channel Title : Film Companion South

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Published Date : 2018-11-20T07:18:48.000Z

Karan Johar talks to Baradwaj Rangan about his initiation to Tamil cinema, his respect for Mani Ratnam, working with SS Rajamouli on Bahubali, why he chose to distribute 2.0 and the vision behind Shankar’s magnum opus. FULL EPISODE OUT TOMORROW #2Point0 #KaranJohar #Cinema Visit us at http://filmcompanion.in Do Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe to our channel. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/FCsubscribe Follow Us On: https://www.facebook.com/filmcompanion https://www.twitter.com/filmcompanion http://instagram.com/filmcompanion The Film Companion is a web channel intended to promote Indian cinema through films review, interviews, discussions, video essays and analytical compilations. It is intended primarily for the purpose of encouraging informed discussions, criticism and review of cinema and towards such purpose the programs use short extracts of cinematograph films, sounds recording and photographic works. These clips and extracts are of a minimal nature and the use is not intended to interfere in any manner with their commercial exploitation of the compete work by the owners of the copyright. The use of works are in compliance with the fair dealing exception provided under Sec. 52 of the Copyright Act, and we asset our use of the works under the exception provided for criticism and review.
    

Channel Title : Film Companion South

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Published Date : 2018-07-31T13:59:03.000Z

Kamal Haasan talks about Vishwaroopam 2, and why the action genre doesn't form a big part of his over 200 films, other than the odd Vikram, Kurudhipunal, Thoonga Vanam, Vettaiyaadu Vilaiyaadu, Aalavandhan and now the Vishwaroopam films. He speaks about being a star and actor (vis a vis someone like Naseeruddin Shah). Her speaks of Waheeda Rahman's role in Vishwaroopam 2. He speaks about the many career transitions in his life, and how Bigg Boss has taken him back to the masses, the way Sakalakalavallan did. He speaks about criticism, and why he entered politics, about his future films like Indian 2. Visit us at http://filmcompanion.in Do Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe to our channel. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/FCsubscribe Follow Us On: https://www.facebook.com/filmcompanion https://www.twitter.com/filmcompanion http://instagram.com/filmcompanion The Film Companion is a web channel intended to promote Indian cinema through films review, interviews, discussions, video essays and analytical compilations. It is intended primarily for the purpose of encouraging informed discussions, criticism and review of cinema and towards such purpose the programs use short extracts of cinematograph films, sounds recording and photographic works. These clips and extracts are of a minimal nature and the use is not intended to interfere in any manner with their commercial exploitation of the compete work by the owners of the copyright. The use of works are in compliance with the fair dealing exception provided under Sec. 52 of the Copyright Act, and we asset our use of the works under the exception provided for criticism and review.
    

Channel Title : Film Companion South

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Published Date : 2018-09-27T07:06:28.000Z

Vijay Deverakonda, the star of NOTA, talks about being called the biggest star in south Indian cinema. After Pelli Choopulu, Arjun Reddy and Geetha Govindam, he assesses his position, his female fan base, and the perceived change in his attitude and behaviour. He talks about the dynastic system of the Telugu film industry and the issue of releasing NOTA alongside NTR Jr's Aravinda Sametha Veera Raghava. He talks about his schooldays in Puttaparthi, the culture shock of Hyderabad, his theatre training and destiny. He talks about his favourite Tamil films (starring Rajinikanth, Karthi, Surya) and whether he will do 'mass' movies. #VijayDeverakonda #Nota #Face2Face Visit us at http://filmcompanion.in Do Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe to our channel. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/FCsubscribe Follow Us On: https://www.facebook.com/filmcompanion https://www.twitter.com/filmcompanion http://instagram.com/filmcompanion The Film Companion is a web channel intended to promote Indian cinema through films review, interviews, discussions, video essays and analytical compilations. It is intended primarily for the purpose of encouraging informed discussions, criticism and review of cinema and towards such purpose the programs use short extracts of cinematograph films, sounds recording and photographic works. These clips and extracts are of a minimal nature and the use is not intended to interfere in any manner with their commercial exploitation of the compete work by the owners of the copyright. The use of works are in compliance with the fair dealing exception provided under Sec. 52 of the Copyright Act, and we asset our use of the works under the exception provided for criticism and review.
    

Channel Title : Film Companion South

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Published Date : 2018-05-07T04:30:00.000Z

Arvind Swami recalls his Thalapathy audition, and how he was not nervous to act with Rajinikanth and Mammootty. He talks about reuniting with Mani Ratnam in Chekka Chivandha Vaanam, and goes on a flashback to the Roja/Bombay days. He talks about how his approach to acting has changed -- how he gives inputs to a film today, something that started with Mohan Raja's Thani Oruvan. He talks about his films in Telugu (Mounam ) and Hindi (Saat Rang Ke Sapne) -- and also Dear Dad, where he had apprehensions playing a gay character. He talks about working with Sridevi in Bharathan's Devaragam. ("I was in awe of her ability to transform.") He talks about acting in a hard-core commercial film like Thalattu. He says he hates repeating roles, like he did in Thani Oruvan's Telugu remake, Dhruva. Her talks about working with a new-gen director like Karthick Naren in Naragasooran. He says he will direct a film soon, and he has it all in his head. Finally, he speaks of his experiences with Mani Ratnam, Balu Mahendra, Mahendran, Bharathan, Rajiv Menon and Priyadarshan. Visit us at http://filmcompanion.in Do Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe to our channel. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/FCsubscribe Follow Us On: https://www.facebook.com/filmcompanion https://www.twitter.com/filmcompanion http://instagram.com/filmcompanion The Film Companion is a web channel intended to promote Indian cinema through films review, interviews, discussions, video essays and analytical compilations. It is intended primarily for the purpose of encouraging informed discussions, criticism and review of cinema and towards such purpose the programs use short extracts of cinematograph films, sounds recording and photographic works. These clips and extracts are of a minimal nature and the use is not intended to interfere in any manner with their commercial exploitation of the compete work by the owners of the copyright. The use of works are in compliance with the fair dealing exception provided under Sec. 52 of the Copyright Act, and we asset our use of the works under the exception provided for criticism and review.
    

Channel Title : Film Companion South

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Published Date : 2018-10-15T10:36:29.000Z

Vetri Maaran talks about Vada Chennai, and how it differs from other gangster movies set in North Madras. It was originally a 5-1/2 hour cut. How did he reduce it to a manageable size? What is the reason for the long gestation periods between his films (Polladhavan, Aadukalam, Visaranai, and Vada Chennai), and what are his learnings from each one of them? He discusses the possibility that he is a changed man after Visaranai, having now acquired the rights to the book, Shoes of the Dead, which is about farmer suicides. He talks about his improvisatory methods, and why dubbing is such an important part of his films. When a film drags on for as long as Vada Chennai, is there a danger of doubting the material or getting bored with it? Is there the temptation to keep tweaking or changing it? And what about Dhanush? When an actor and director who have a high level of comfort, who are also friends, is there a danger that you know someone too well and therefore might not be able to surprise each other anymore? And two, given that Dhanush is also a very commercial hero, is there the pressure that you should not let him down at the box office? He talks about projects like Soodhadi, and a film based on a poem by Na Muthukumar. Would he be interested in a female-oriented film? He discusses Vada Chennai's A certificate and what it means in terms of the audience. Finally, he reveals why he isn't as much of a filmmaker -- in his estimation -- as Balu Mahendra and Mani Ratnam. #VadaChennai #Vetrimaaran #Dhanush Visit us at http://filmcompanion.in Do Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe to our channel. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/FCsubscribe Follow Us On: https://www.facebook.com/filmcompanion https://www.twitter.com/filmcompanion http://instagram.com/filmcompanion The Film Companion is a web channel intended to promote Indian cinema through films review, interviews, discussions, video essays and analytical compilations. It is intended primarily for the purpose of encouraging informed discussions, criticism and review of cinema and towards such purpose the programs use short extracts of cinematograph films, sounds recording and photographic works. These clips and extracts are of a minimal nature and the use is not intended to interfere in any manner with their commercial exploitation of the compete work by the owners of the copyright. The use of works are in compliance with the fair dealing exception provided under Sec. 52 of the Copyright Act, and we asset our use of the works under the exception provided for criticism and review.
    

Channel Title : Film Companion South

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Published Date : 2018-06-21T08:19:13.000Z

Ravi Varman is one India's top cinematographers.​ In this two-part video, he talks about his struggling days, moving on to early films like Jalamarmaram, Shantham and Armaan. He describes how he developed a cinematographic eye and how he acquired his learnings from big and small films. He talks about being inspired by painters like Rembrandt. And he speaks about special shots and moments from the films he worked on: Jalamarmaram, Santham, Five Star, Armaan (with Anil Kapoor and Amitabh Bachchan), Kilichundan Mampazham, Phir Milenge (with Salman Khan and Abhishek Bachchan), Autograph, Anniyan (with Vikram and Shankar), Vettaiyaadu Vilaiyaadu (with Kamal Haasan and Gautham Menon), Dasavathaaram, Villu (with Vijay), Barfi! and Jagga Jasoos (with Ranbir Kapoor and Anurag Basu), Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela (with Sanjay Leela Bhansali), Ugramm, Tamasha (with Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone) and Kaatru Veliyidai (with Mani Ratnam and Karthi). His upcoming films include Sanju and Indian 2. Visit us at http://filmcompanion.in Do Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe to our channel. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/FCsubscribe Follow Us On: https://www.facebook.com/filmcompanion https://www.twitter.com/filmcompanion http://instagram.com/filmcompanion The Film Companion is a web channel intended to promote Indian cinema through films review, interviews, discussions, video essays and analytical compilations. It is intended primarily for the purpose of encouraging informed discussions, criticism and review of cinema and towards such purpose the programs use short extracts of cinematograph films, sounds recording and photographic works. These clips and extracts are of a minimal nature and the use is not intended to interfere in any manner with their commercial exploitation of the compete work by the owners of the copyright. The use of works are in compliance with the fair dealing exception provided under Sec. 52 of the Copyright Act, and we asset our use of the works under the exception provided for criticism and review.
    

Channel Title : Film Companion South

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Published Date : 2018-11-16T10:40:25.000Z

Kaatrin Mozhi is a Tamil-language comedy-drama film written and directed by Radha Mohan starring Jyothika. It is a remake of the Hindi film Tumhari Sulu. The film also features Vidharth and Lakshmi Manchu in supporting roles. #KaatrinMozhi #MovieReview #KaatrinMozhiReview Visit us at http://filmcompanion.in Do Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe to our channel. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/FCsubscribe Follow Us On: https://www.facebook.com/filmcompanion https://www.twitter.com/filmcompanion http://instagram.com/filmcompanion The Film Companion is a web channel intended to promote Indian cinema through films review, interviews, discussions, video essays and analytical compilations. It is intended primarily for the purpose of encouraging informed discussions, criticism and review of cinema and towards such purpose the programs use short extracts of cinematograph films, sounds recording and photographic works. These clips and extracts are of a minimal nature and the use is not intended to interfere in any manner with their commercial exploitation of the compete work by the owners of the copyright. The use of works are in compliance with the fair dealing exception provided under Sec. 52 of the Copyright Act, and we asset our use of the works under the exception provided for criticism and review.
    

Channel Title : Film Companion South

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Published Date : 2017-08-31T06:33:17.000Z

Ahead of the release of Thupparivaalan, here's part 2 of Baradwaj Rangan's visit to the sets of the film to chat with filmmaker Mysskin. The film stars Vishal as a Sherlock Holmes inspired detective. Watch to know more about the influence of Charlie Chaplin on Mysskin's filmmaking. Have you subscribed to Film Companion Reviews yet? Join us here - http://bit.ly/FilmCompanionReviews Visit us at http://filmcompanion.in Do Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe to our channel. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/FCsubscribe Follow Us On: https://www.facebook.com/filmcompanion https://www.twitter.com/filmcompanion http://instagram.com/filmcompanion The Film Companion is a web channel intended to promote Indian cinema through films review, interviews, discussions, video essays and analytical compilations. It is intended primarily for the purpose of encouraging informed discussions, criticism and review of cinema and towards such purpose the programs use short extracts of cinematograph films, sounds recording and photographic works. These clips and extracts are of a minimal nature and the use is not intended to interfere in any manner with their commercial exploitation of the compete work by the owners of the copyright. The use of works are in compliance with the fair dealing exception provided under Sec. 52 of the Copyright Act, and we asset our use of the works under the exception provided for criticism and review.
    

Channel Title : Film Companion South

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Published Date : 2018-05-30T04:54:28.000Z

Dhuruvangal Padhinaaru and Naragasooran director Karthick Naren talks about learning direction through five films: Prestige, Kannathil Muthamittal, Psycho, The Secret in Their Eyes and Memories of Murder. He speaks about how he creates mood -- especially in the Naragasooran trailer. He discusses his writing process, and the themes/morals in his films. Also this question: At this young age, with so little life experience, is imagination enough to write a movie? He speaks about his strong pre-production process and his "light-hearted film," Naadaga Medai, and how he's a serious person. He talks about compromises that come in when stars are involved. And he talks about Part 3 of his thriller trilogy. Visit us at http://filmcompanion.in Do Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe to our channel. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/FCsubscribe Follow Us On: https://www.facebook.com/fcompanionsouth https://www.twitter.com/fcompanionsouth http://instagram.com/fcompanionsouth The Film Companion is a web channel intended to promote Indian cinema through films review, interviews, discussions, video essays and analytical compilations. It is intended primarily for the purpose of encouraging informed discussions, criticism and review of cinema and towards such purpose the programs use short extracts of cinematograph films, sounds recording and photographic works. These clips and extracts are of a minimal nature and the use is not intended to interfere in any manner with their commercial exploitation of the compete work by the owners of the copyright. The use of works are in compliance with the fair dealing exception provided under Sec. 52 of the Copyright Act, and we asset our use of the works under the exception provided for criticism and review.
    

Channel Title : Film Companion South

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Published Date : 2017-08-31T06:30:05.000Z

Film Companion takes you to A. R. Rahman's KM Music Conservatory. Watch Baradwaj Rangan in conversation with music composer A. R. Rahman, and a look at what his institute is all about. Have you subscribed to Film Companion Reviews yet? Join us here - http://bit.ly/FilmCompanionReviews Visit us at http://filmcompanion.in Do Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe to our channel. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/FCsubscribe Follow Us On: https://www.facebook.com/filmcompanion https://www.twitter.com/filmcompanion http://instagram.com/filmcompanion The Film Companion is a web channel intended to promote Indian cinema through films review, interviews, discussions, video essays and analytical compilations. It is intended primarily for the purpose of encouraging informed discussions, criticism and review of cinema and towards such purpose the programs use short extracts of cinematograph films, sounds recording and photographic works. These clips and extracts are of a minimal nature and the use is not intended to interfere in any manner with their commercial exploitation of the compete work by the owners of the copyright. The use of works are in compliance with the fair dealing exception provided under Sec. 52 of the Copyright Act, and we asset our use of the works under the exception provided for criticism and review.
    

Channel Title : Film Companion

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Published Date : 2017-04-06T14:38:36.000Z

On the eve of the release of Kaatru Veliyidai, Film Companion brings you the most definitive interview yet with Mani Ratnam, a director who has been at the top of his game for over three decades. In Part 1 of this in-depth conversation, our FC South editor Baradwaj Rangan quizzes the legendary filmmaker on the intricacies of his craft and writing process. Also featuring - Aditi Rao Hydari, Karthi, R. Madhavan, Revathi, Arvind Swamy, Karthik Subbaraj, Sivakumar Gautam Menon. Join The Conversation #TheManiRatnamInterview _____________ Have you subscribed to Film Companion Reviews yet? Join us here - http://bit.ly/FilmCompanionReviews Visit us at http://filmcompanion.in Do Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe to our channel. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/FCsubscribe Follow Us On: https://www.facebook.com/filmcompanion https://www.twitter.com/filmcompanion http://instagram.com/filmcompanion The Film Companion is a web channel intended to promote Indian cinema through films review, interviews, discussions, video essays and analytical compilations. It is intended primarily for the purpose of encouraging informed discussions, criticism and review of cinema and towards such purpose the programs use short extracts of cinematograph films, sounds recording and photographic works. These clips and extracts are of a minimal nature and the use is not intended to interfere in any manner with their commercial exploitation of the compete work by the owners of the copyright. The use of works are in compliance with the fair dealing exception provided under Sec. 52 of the Copyright Act, and we asset our use of the works under the exception provided for criticism and review.
    

Channel Title : Film Companion South

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Published Date : 2018-10-22T08:34:43.000Z

Vada Chennai is a Tamil language gangster film written and directed by Vetrimaaran. Dhanush plays the role of an amateurish carrom player. Produced by A. Subaskaran's Lyca Productions and Dhanush's Wunderbar Films with Vetrimaran's Grass Root Film Company, it features Dhanush in the lead role with Samuthirakani, Aishwarya Rajesh and Andrea Jeremiah in other key roles. Music Composed by Santhosh Narayanan and Cinematography by Velraj. #AskBR #VadaChennai #Dhanush Visit us at http://filmcompanion.in Do Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe to our channel. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/FCsubscribe Follow Us On: https://www.facebook.com/filmcompanion https://www.twitter.com/filmcompanion http://instagram.com/filmcompanion The Film Companion is a web channel intended to promote Indian cinema through films review, interviews, discussions, video essays and analytical compilations. It is intended primarily for the purpose of encouraging informed discussions, criticism and review of cinema and towards such purpose the programs use short extracts of cinematograph films, sounds recording and photographic works. These clips and extracts are of a minimal nature and the use is not intended to interfere in any manner with their commercial exploitation of the compete work by the owners of the copyright. The use of works are in compliance with the fair dealing exception provided under Sec. 52 of the Copyright Act, and we asset our use of the works under the exception provided for criticism and review.
    

Channel Title : Film Companion South

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Published Date : 2018-03-30T07:11:12.000Z

Everyone is talking about 'Rangasthalam' these days. The film, directed by Sukumar, has Samantha playing a villager, a first in her career, and the actress says it was an eye-opening experience. Prior to this, she has been part of several high profile films in Telugu and Tamil cinema, and starting from Pawan Kalyan and Mahesh Babu in Telugu to Vijay and Suriya in Tamil, she has collaborated with some of the biggest names in South Indian cinema. It goes without saying that Samantha's rise to stardom in Telugu cinema is nothing short of a fairytale. After making her debut in Gautham Menon's Ye Maya Chesave, the actress went on to act in several blockbuster films including Dookudu, Eega, Manam, A...Aa, Janatha Garage to name a few. Having ruled the roost for several years in the industry, she carved a niche for herself as the quintessential 'cute girl' of Telugu cinema, and she confesses that she made peace with her onscreen image instead of trying to change it. In 2017, she got married to her longtime boyfriend and actor Naga Chaitanya; however, nothing much has changed in her professional life. In fact, she has gotten busier and in 2018 alone, she has at least five films slated for release in Telugu and Tamil. With her latest Telugu film, Rangasthalam set to make a big splash, Samantha opened up about her career, life, making of Rangasthalam, and how life hasn't changed much post-marriage. Visit us at http://filmcompanion.in Do Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe to our channel. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/FCsubscribe Follow Us On: https://www.facebook.com/filmcompanion https://www.twitter.com/filmcompanion http://instagram.com/filmcompanion The Film Companion is a web channel intended to promote Indian cinema through films review, interviews, discussions, video essays and analytical compilations. It is intended primarily for the purpose of encouraging informed discussions, criticism and review of cinema and towards such purpose the programs use short extracts of cinematograph films, sounds recording and photographic works. These clips and extracts are of a minimal nature and the use is not intended to interfere in any manner with their commercial exploitation of the compete work by the owners of the copyright. The use of works are in compliance with the fair dealing exception provided under Sec. 52 of the Copyright Act, and we asset our use of the works under the exception provided for criticism and review.
    

Channel Title : Film Companion South

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Published Date : 2018-04-10T08:04:34.000Z

Rangasthalam, directed by Sukumar, has not only shocked the audiences and critics, but also proved that there is a lot more than what meets the eye. It is the biggest hit, so far, in Sukumar and Ram Charan's respective careers, and the film earned rave reviews for its writing, cinematography, performances, music, production design, and directing. 14 years ago, when Sukumar made his directorial debut with Arya, he became one of the most sought after directors in Telugu cinema; however, since then, his films have polarised the audiences. Some of his recent films like 1-Nenokkadine and Nannaku Prematho evoked intense reactions from the fans of Mahesh Babu and NTR respectively. Perhaps, it is no exaggeration that the success of Rangasthalam has forced everyone to look at Sukumar from a different perspective altogether. In an exclusive interview with Film Companion, filmmaker Sukumar opens up about the writing procces and making of Rangasthalam. Visit us at http://filmcompanion.in Do Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe to our channel. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/FCsubscribe Follow Us On: https://www.facebook.com/filmcompanion https://www.twitter.com/filmcompanion http://instagram.com/filmcompanion The Film Companion is a web channel intended to promote Indian cinema through films review, interviews, discussions, video essays and analytical compilations. It is intended primarily for the purpose of encouraging informed discussions, criticism and review of cinema and towards such purpose the programs use short extracts of cinematograph films, sounds recording and photographic works. These clips and extracts are of a minimal nature and the use is not intended to interfere in any manner with their commercial exploitation of the compete work by the owners of the copyright. The use of works are in compliance with the fair dealing exception provided under Sec. 52 of the Copyright Act, and we asset our use of the works under the exception provided for criticism and review.
    

Channel Title : Film Companion South

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Published Date : 2018-11-14T06:03:11.000Z

Sarkar is a Tamil-language political action film written and directed by AR Murugadoss, and produced by Kalanithi Maran under the banner Sun Pictures. The dialogues were co-written by Murugadoss and B. Jeyamohan. The film stars Vijay, Keerthy Suresh, Varalaxmi Sarathkumar, Yogi Babu and Radha Ravi. #Sarkar #AskBR #ThalapathyVijay Visit us at http://filmcompanion.in Do Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe to our channel. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/FCsubscribe Follow Us On: https://www.facebook.com/filmcompanion https://www.twitter.com/filmcompanion http://instagram.com/filmcompanion The Film Companion is a web channel intended to promote Indian cinema through films review, interviews, discussions, video essays and analytical compilations. It is intended primarily for the purpose of encouraging informed discussions, criticism and review of cinema and towards such purpose the programs use short extracts of cinematograph films, sounds recording and photographic works. These clips and extracts are of a minimal nature and the use is not intended to interfere in any manner with their commercial exploitation of the compete work by the owners of the copyright. The use of works are in compliance with the fair dealing exception provided under Sec. 52 of the Copyright Act, and we asset our use of the works under the exception provided for criticism and review.
    

Channel Title : Film Companion South

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Published Date : 2017-10-31T11:44:50.000Z

Siddharth talks about his 'pure' horror trilingual Aval / Gruham / The House Next Door (directed by Milind Rau), and how horror as a genre hasn't been respected in India. He talks about completing 15 years as an actor, his fondness for the films that don't work at the box office (Striker, Kaaviya Thalaivan), how an actor is just a commodity, about the genesis of the name of his production house ("Etaki Entertainment"), how we celebrate mediocrity, and about working with directors like Mani Ratnam, Shankar, Prabhu Deva, Rakeysh Mehra, Balaji Mohan, Deepa Mehta, David Dhawan, Sundar C, Karthik Subbaraj, Vasanthabalan and Milind Rau. Have you subscribed to Film Companion Reviews yet? Join us here - http://bit.ly/FilmCompanionReviews Visit us at http://filmcompanion.in Do Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe to our channel. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/FCsubscribe Follow Us On: https://www.facebook.com/filmcompanion https://www.twitter.com/filmcompanion http://instagram.com/filmcompanion The Film Companion is a web channel intended to promote Indian cinema through films review, interviews, discussions, video essays and analytical compilations. It is intended primarily for the purpose of encouraging informed discussions, criticism and review of cinema and towards such purpose the programs use short extracts of cinematograph films, sounds recording and photographic works. These clips and extracts are of a minimal nature and the use is not intended to interfere in any manner with their commercial exploitation of the compete work by the owners of the copyright. The use of works are in compliance with the fair dealing exception provided under Sec. 52 of the Copyright Act, and we asset our use of the works under the exception provided for criticism and review.
    

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Published Date : 2018-03-17T12:13:38.000Z

Nayakan is a 1987 Indian Tamil-language gangster film written and directed by Mani Ratnam and starring Kamal Haasan. It is loosely based on the real-life Bombay underworld don Varadarajan Mudaliar, and sympathetically depicts the struggle of South Indians living in Bombay (now Mumbai). The film also stars Saranya Ponvannan in her film debut. Karthika, Nassar, Janagaraj, Delhi Ganesh and Tinnu Anand play significant roles. The soundtrack and the background score of the film, composed by Ilaiyaraaja were critically acclaimed and considered by critics as one of his best works to that point Visit us at http://filmcompanion.in Do Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe to our channel. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/FCsubscribe Follow Us On: https://www.facebook.com/fcompanionsouth https://www.twitter.com/fcompanionsouth http://instagram.com/fcompanionsouth The Film Companion is a web channel intended to promote Indian cinema through films review, interviews, discussions, video essays and analytical compilations. It is intended primarily for the purpose of encouraging informed discussions, criticism and review of cinema and towards such purpose the programs use short extracts of cinematograph films, sounds recording and photographic works. These clips and extracts are of a minimal nature and the use is not intended to interfere in any manner with their commercial exploitation of the compete work by the owners of the copyright. The use of works are in compliance with the fair dealing exception provided under Sec. 52 of the Copyright Act, and we asset our use of the works under the exception provided for criticism and review.
    

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Published Date : 2018-01-18T10:18:02.000Z

R Madhavan, star of the Amazon Prime original Breathe, talks about his 20-year-old career (his first major role, in the Kannada film Shanti Shanti Shanti, was in 1998). He laughs about being too "mature" for romantic roles, and discusses opting for quality over quantity, and his biggest reality check. He speaks about upcoming projects like Chanda Mama Door Ke, a sci-fi film about an Indian astronaut landing on the moon, and Savyasachi, his Telugu film with Naga Chaitanya. He talks about whether a Rajinikanth or a Shah Rukh Khan is possible anymore, and about the differences between Bollywood and the Tamil film industry -- including Dhanush's role in Raanjhanaa. He speaks on Pushkar-Gayatri's Vikram Vedha, and about his experiences of working with Mani Ratnam, Anand L Rai, Rituparno Ghosh, Kamal Haasan and Rajkumar Hirani. Visit us at http://filmcompanion.in Do Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe to our channel. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/FCsubscribe Follow Us On: https://www.facebook.com/filmcompanion https://www.twitter.com/filmcompanion http://instagram.com/filmcompanion The Film Companion is a web channel intended to promote Indian cinema through films review, interviews, discussions, video essays and analytical compilations. It is intended primarily for the purpose of encouraging informed discussions, criticism and review of cinema and towards such purpose the programs use short extracts of cinematograph films, sounds recording and photographic works. These clips and extracts are of a minimal nature and the use is not intended to interfere in any manner with their commercial exploitation of the compete work by the owners of the copyright. The use of works are in compliance with the fair dealing exception provided under Sec. 52 of the Copyright Act, and we asset our use of the works under the exception provided for criticism and review.
    

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Published Date : 2018-10-13T05:01:18.000Z

Santhosh Narayanan talks about his composing style, how he makes a basic tune that is then developed and handed out to the players. He plays a BGM piece from Pariyerum Perumal - first on the piano, and then the final output (as played by the whole orchestra). He discusses contributors like Pradeep and Sean Roldan. Finally, he listens to a situation given by Baradwaj Rangan ("imagine you are a robot and you are falling for a human girl") and live-composes a BGM score. #SaNa #VadaChennai #Music Visit us at http://filmcompanion.in Do Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe to our channel. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/FCsubscribe Follow Us On: https://www.facebook.com/filmcompanion https://www.twitter.com/filmcompanion http://instagram.com/filmcompanion The Film Companion is a web channel intended to promote Indian cinema through films review, interviews, discussions, video essays and analytical compilations. It is intended primarily for the purpose of encouraging informed discussions, criticism and review of cinema and towards such purpose the programs use short extracts of cinematograph films, sounds recording and photographic works. These clips and extracts are of a minimal nature and the use is not intended to interfere in any manner with their commercial exploitation of the compete work by the owners of the copyright. The use of works are in compliance with the fair dealing exception provided under Sec. 52 of the Copyright Act, and we asset our use of the works under the exception provided for criticism and review.
    

Channel Title : Film Companion South

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Published Date : 2017-09-05T10:57:29.000Z

Selvaraghavan talks about his films, including the ones that did not take off with Ajith, Vijay and Simbu. He talks more on why people think of Guna when they see Kaadhal Kondain, about the problems he faced during Irandam Ulagam. And about his other films like Pudhupettai and Mayakkam Enna.
    

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Published Date : 2018-07-11T04:24:20.000Z

Anjali Menon -- director of Koode, Bangalore Days and Manjadikkuru, and writer of Ustad Hotel -- talks about what Bangalore means to Malayalis, and explains the new-gen phase of Malayalam cinema. (She singles out Ranjith's Kaiyoppu and Sameer Thahir's Chaappa Kurishu.) She talks about Padmarajan, Bharathan, Fasil, MT Vasudevan Nair, KG George, about the improved technique in Malayalam cinema. She discusses being a "woman filmmaker" and the Women in Cinema Collective. She talks about how she directs actors like Fahadh Faasil and Dulquer Salmaan, and her sensibility (she's also a dancer, and she says it helps her work in cinema). She talks about collaborating with technicians, making rooted cinema and being an outsider, and, lastly, about Mammooty and Mohanlal. Visit us at http://filmcompanion.in Do Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe to our channel. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/FCsubscribe Follow Us On: https://www.facebook.com/filmcompanion https://www.twitter.com/filmcompanion http://instagram.com/filmcompanion The Film Companion is a web channel intended to promote Indian cinema through films review, interviews, discussions, video essays and analytical compilations. It is intended primarily for the purpose of encouraging informed discussions, criticism and review of cinema and towards such purpose the programs use short extracts of cinematograph films, sounds recording and photographic works. These clips and extracts are of a minimal nature and the use is not intended to interfere in any manner with their commercial exploitation of the compete work by the owners of the copyright. The use of works are in compliance with the fair dealing exception provided under Sec. 52 of the Copyright Act, and we asset our use of the works under the exception provided for criticism and review.
    

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Published Date : 2018-10-17T08:49:30.000Z

Vada Chennai is a Tamil language action crime film written and directed by Vetrimaran. Dhanush plays the role of a amateurish carrom player. Produced by A. Subaskaran's Lyca Productions and Dhanush's Wunderbar Films with Vetrimaran's Grass Root Film Company, it features Dhanush in the lead role with Samuthirakani, Aishwarya Rajesh and Andrea Jeremiah in other key roles. Music Composed by Santhosh Narayanan And Cinematography by Velraj Detailed Review here - https://www.filmcompanion.in/vada-chennai-review-dhanush-vetrimaaran-baradwaj-rangan/ #VadaChennai #Dhanush #VetriMaaran #MovieReview Visit us at http://filmcompanion.in Do Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe to our channel. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/FCsubscribe Follow Us On: https://www.facebook.com/filmcompanion https://www.twitter.com/filmcompanion http://instagram.com/filmcompanion The Film Companion is a web channel intended to promote Indian cinema through films review, interviews, discussions, video essays and analytical compilations. It is intended primarily for the purpose of encouraging informed discussions, criticism and review of cinema and towards such purpose the programs use short extracts of cinematograph films, sounds recording and photographic works. These clips and extracts are of a minimal nature and the use is not intended to interfere in any manner with their commercial exploitation of the compete work by the owners of the copyright. The use of works are in compliance with the fair dealing exception provided under Sec. 52 of the Copyright Act, and we asset our use of the works under the exception provided for criticism and review.
    

Channel Title : Film Companion South

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Published Date : 2018-05-01T04:29:07.000Z

Gautham Vasudev Menon discusses the writing of Yennai Arindhaal, starring Ajith, and talks about his love for cop stories (including Kaakha Kaakha, starring Suriya, and Vettaiyaadu Vilaiyaadu, starring Kamal Haasan). He says the three films -- the three characters -- are a continuum. He talks about how Ajith never asked him to tweak the script to make it more heroic. He reveals that Anushka's role wasn't originally something he wanted. He talks about why he opted out of Dasavatharam. He talks about collaborating with Shridhar Raghavan and Thiagarajan Kumararaja, during the writing process. He talks about the Moondru Mugam influence. He talks about voiceovers. He talks about the dead wives/lovers in his films. He talks about his inability to write 'bad' fathers. He discusses his love for journeys (also in Vaaranam Aayiram). He talks about not going beyond the first draft. And he speaks about Harris Jayaraj, Thamarai, and the Unkannenna Venum Sollu song. Visit us at http://filmcompanion.in Do Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe to our channel. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/FCsubscribe Follow Us On: https://www.facebook.com/filmcompanion https://www.twitter.com/filmcompanion http://instagram.com/filmcompanion The Film Companion is a web channel intended to promote Indian cinema through films review, interviews, discussions, video essays and analytical compilations. It is intended primarily for the purpose of encouraging informed discussions, criticism and review of cinema and towards such purpose the programs use short extracts of cinematograph films, sounds recording and photographic works. These clips and extracts are of a minimal nature and the use is not intended to interfere in any manner with their commercial exploitation of the compete work by the owners of the copyright. The use of works are in compliance with the fair dealing exception provided under Sec. 52 of the Copyright Act, and we asset our use of the works under the exception provided for criticism and review.
    

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Published Date : 2017-04-13T13:03:44.000Z

In this conversation with Baradwaj Rangan, Dhanush unravels his craft as one of the most versatile film personalities of the country. He admits that comedy is one of the most difficult genres to pull off and talks about what he is looking for in a film before taking it up. Have you subscribed to Film Companion Reviews yet? Join us here - http://bit.ly/FilmCompanionReviews Visit us at http://filmcompanion.in Do Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe to our channel. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/FCsubscribe Follow Us On: https://www.facebook.com/filmcompanion https://www.twitter.com/filmcompanion http://instagram.com/filmcompanion The Film Companion is a web channel intended to promote Indian cinema through films review, interviews, discussions, video essays and analytical compilations. It is intended primarily for the purpose of encouraging informed discussions, criticism and review of cinema and towards such purpose the programs use short extracts of cinematograph films, sounds recording and photographic works. These clips and extracts are of a minimal nature and the use is not intended to interfere in any manner with their commercial exploitation of the compete work by the owners of the copyright. The use of works are in compliance with the fair dealing exception provided under Sec. 52 of the Copyright Act, and we asset our use of the works under the exception provided for criticism and review.
    

Channel Title : Film Companion South

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Published Date : 2017-12-22T05:54:49.000Z

Sivakarthikeyan talks about his growth from Marina to Velaikkaran, and how he did not expect this success. About the comedian-to-hero trajectory that even legends like Nagesh did not attempt. About what success means to him, whether it has changed him. About his fans and his responsibility towards them. He talks about his serious side, and how he followed Mohan Raja's lead to get into a "dramatic" zone, and whether fans will accept him this way. He talks about PC Sreeram's contribution to Remo. He talks about social responsibility and addresses the "stalking" allegations against his films. He talks about his salary and how he reduced it for Velaikkaran. He talks about stand-up videos and how they are never going to replace the theatre experience. He talks about his favourite comedians (Goundamani, Vadivelu) and his favourite comedy scene (the "Vazhaipazham" scene). He talks about his favourite films (Varuthapadatha Valibar Sangam, Edhir Neechal) and his favourite role (Velaikkaran) and what it taught him.
    

Channel Title : Film Companion South

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Published Date : 2018-11-06T09:07:44.000Z

Sarkar is a Tamil action film, starring Vijay, Keerthy Suresh, Varalaxmi Sarathkumar, Yogi Babu and Radha Ravi. The film is directed by A. R. Murugadoss, co-written by Jeyamohan with music composed by A. R. Rahman, cinematography by Girish Gangadharan, edited by Sreekar Prasad and produced by Kalanithi Maran under the banner Sun Pictures. #Sarkar #SarkarReview #ThalapathyVIjay Visit us at http://filmcompanion.in Do Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe to our channel. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/FCsubscribe Follow Us On: https://www.facebook.com/filmcompanion https://www.twitter.com/filmcompanion http://instagram.com/filmcompanion The Film Companion is a web channel intended to promote Indian cinema through films review, interviews, discussions, video essays and analytical compilations. It is intended primarily for the purpose of encouraging informed discussions, criticism and review of cinema and towards such purpose the programs use short extracts of cinematograph films, sounds recording and photographic works. These clips and extracts are of a minimal nature and the use is not intended to interfere in any manner with their commercial exploitation of the compete work by the owners of the copyright. The use of works are in compliance with the fair dealing exception provided under Sec. 52 of the Copyright Act, and we asset our use of the works under the exception provided for criticism and review.
    

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Published Date : 2018-10-24T10:26:53.000Z

Trivikram Srinivas is one of the most influential writer and directors in contemporary Telugu Cinema. A gold medalist in Nuclear Physics, he began his journey as a writer before turning director with Nuvve Nuvve in 2002. As a writer, he has played a key role in the success of films like Chirunavvutho, Nuvve Kavali, Nuvvu Naaku Nachav, and Malleswari. After turning director, he went on to direct several popular films including Athadu, Jalsa, Julayi, Khaleja, Attharintiki Daredhi, A...Aa, AravindhaSametha. His recent film, Aravindha Sametha Veera Raghava has become one of the highest grossing films in Telugu cinema, and it is already the biggest hit in NTRJr and Trivikram Srinivas' career. The film was partly inspired from Mahabharatam, and NTR earned rave reviews for his emotional performance. In an exclusive interview to Film Companion, Trivikram Srinivas opens up like never before about the influence that Telugu literature has had on him, why he likes writing poetry through dialogues, and why you can never be too sure about a film's success. And more importantly, the prolific writer also explains his obsession with Ramayana, Mahabharatam, and Vedas. #AravindhaSametha #NTRJr #Trivikram Visit us at http://filmcompanion.in Do Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe to our channel. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/FCsubscribe Follow Us On: https://www.facebook.com/filmcompanion https://www.twitter.com/filmcompanion http://instagram.com/filmcompanion The Film Companion is a web channel intended to promote Indian cinema through films review, interviews, discussions, video essays and analytical compilations. It is intended primarily for the purpose of encouraging informed discussions, criticism and review of cinema and towards such purpose the programs use short extracts of cinematograph films, sounds recording and photographic works. These clips and extracts are of a minimal nature and the use is not intended to interfere in any manner with their commercial exploitation of the compete work by the owners of the copyright. The use of works are in compliance with the fair dealing exception provided under Sec. 52 of the Copyright Act, and we asset our use of the works under the exception provided for criticism and review.
    

Channel Title : Film Companion South

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Published Date : 2017-11-02T11:30:00.000Z

Get a download from actors Dulquer Salmaan and Rajkummar Rao on the acting life, in conversation with film critic Baradwaj Rangan during Jio MAMI 19th Mumbai Film Festival with Star. The actors talk about their approach to work, how they choose their films and their experiences and observations of the industries they inhabit.
    

Channel Title : Film Companion South

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Published Date : 2018-06-29T05:00:49.000Z

Subramaniyapuram turns ten this July. Sasikumar, currently starring in Asuravadham, talks about the success of the film, the failure of Easan (maybe he should have made it later, he wonders), what he got from assisting Bala and Ameer. He names his favourite films by Bharathiraja, Balachander, Balu Mahendra, Mahendran, Bala and Ameer, and talks about why these films are special. He says his not returning to direction is not because of the failure of Easan, but due to his acting commitments. He talks about stardom being a kind of prison, and about taking instructions from other filmmakers. And he talks about big, Baahubali-like historical project, written with Su Venkatesan, which he narrated to Suriya and Vijay. Visit us at http://filmcompanion.in Do Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe to our channel. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/FCsubscribe Follow Us On: https://www.facebook.com/filmcompanion https://www.twitter.com/filmcompanion http://instagram.com/filmcompanion The Film Companion is a web channel intended to promote Indian cinema through films review, interviews, discussions, video essays and analytical compilations. It is intended primarily for the purpose of encouraging informed discussions, criticism and review of cinema and towards such purpose the programs use short extracts of cinematograph films, sounds recording and photographic works. These clips and extracts are of a minimal nature and the use is not intended to interfere in any manner with their commercial exploitation of the compete work by the owners of the copyright. The use of works are in compliance with the fair dealing exception provided under Sec. 52 of the Copyright Act, and we asset our use of the works under the exception provided for criticism and review.
    

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Published Date : 2018-07-09T14:52:22.000Z

Mullum Malarum (The Thorn and the Flower) is a 1978 Tamil drama written and directed by first-timer, J. Mahendran, with a soundtrack by Ilaiyaraaja. The film featured Rajinikanth, Sarath Babu, Fatafat Jayalaxmi and Shoba, and is based on Umachandran's novel of the same name. This is the story of a winch operator named Kaali and his sister Valli, and how their relationship is tested when Kaali's supervisor, Kumaran, enters the picture. Visit us at http://filmcompanion.in Do Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe to our channel. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/FCsubscribe Follow Us On: https://www.facebook.com/filmcompanion https://www.twitter.com/filmcompanion http://instagram.com/filmcompanion The Film Companion is a web channel intended to promote Indian cinema through films review, interviews, discussions, video essays and analytical compilations. It is intended primarily for the purpose of encouraging informed discussions, criticism and review of cinema and towards such purpose the programs use short extracts of cinematograph films, sounds recording and photographic works. These clips and extracts are of a minimal nature and the use is not intended to interfere in any manner with their commercial exploitation of the compete work by the owners of the copyright. The use of works are in compliance with the fair dealing exception provided under Sec. 52 of the Copyright Act, and we asset our use of the works under the exception provided for criticism and review.
    

Channel Title : Film Companion South

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Published Date : 2018-10-05T13:05:26.000Z

96 is a Tamil-language romantic drama film featuring Vijay Sethupathi and Trisha Krishnan in the lead roles. The film is written and directed by C. Prem Kumar who earlier handled the cinematography for Naduvula Konjam Pakkatha Kaanom, and its bankrolled by Nandagopal of Madras Enterprises. The music for the film is composed by Govind Menon, N. Shanmuga Sundaram is doing the cinematography #96 #Review #BaradwajRangan Visit us at http://filmcompanion.in Do Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe to our channel. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/FCsubscribe Follow Us On: https://www.facebook.com/filmcompanion https://www.twitter.com/filmcompanion http://instagram.com/filmcompanion The Film Companion is a web channel intended to promote Indian cinema through films review, interviews, discussions, video essays and analytical compilations. It is intended primarily for the purpose of encouraging informed discussions, criticism and review of cinema and towards such purpose the programs use short extracts of cinematograph films, sounds recording and photographic works. These clips and extracts are of a minimal nature and the use is not intended to interfere in any manner with their commercial exploitation of the compete work by the owners of the copyright. The use of works are in compliance with the fair dealing exception provided under Sec. 52 of the Copyright Act, and we asset our use of the works under the exception provided for criticism and review.
    

Channel Title : Film Companion South

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Published Date : 2018-10-05T11:53:16.000Z

NOTA is an Indian political thriller film directed by Anand Shankar, made in Tamil and Telugu languages. It stars Vijay Deverakonda, making his debut in Tamil cinema and Mehreen Pirzada, in the lead roles. Produced by Studio Green, this film will have Sam C. S. as the music director while Santhana Krishnan Ravichandran handles the cinematography. #NOTA #Review #BaradwajRangan Visit us at http://filmcompanion.in Do Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe to our channel. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/FCsubscribe Follow Us On: https://www.facebook.com/filmcompanion https://www.twitter.com/filmcompanion http://instagram.com/filmcompanion The Film Companion is a web channel intended to promote Indian cinema through films review, interviews, discussions, video essays and analytical compilations. It is intended primarily for the purpose of encouraging informed discussions, criticism and review of cinema and towards such purpose the programs use short extracts of cinematograph films, sounds recording and photographic works. These clips and extracts are of a minimal nature and the use is not intended to interfere in any manner with their commercial exploitation of the compete work by the owners of the copyright. The use of works are in compliance with the fair dealing exception provided under Sec. 52 of the Copyright Act, and we asset our use of the works under the exception provided for criticism and review.
    

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Published Date : 2017-04-11T09:46:11.000Z

Here's Part 3 of our interview with Mani Ratnam. Have you subscribed to Film Companion Reviews yet? Join us here - http://bit.ly/FilmCompanionReviews Visit us at http://filmcompanion.in Do Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe to our channel. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/FCsubscribe Follow Us On: https://www.facebook.com/filmcompanion https://www.twitter.com/filmcompanion http://instagram.com/filmcompanion The Film Companion is a web channel intended to promote Indian cinema through films review, interviews, discussions, video essays and analytical compilations. It is intended primarily for the purpose of encouraging informed discussions, criticism and review of cinema and towards such purpose the programs use short extracts of cinematograph films, sounds recording and photographic works. These clips and extracts are of a minimal nature and the use is not intended to interfere in any manner with their commercial exploitation of the compete work by the owners of the copyright. The use of works are in compliance with the fair dealing exception provided under Sec. 52 of the Copyright Act, and we asset our use of the works under the exception provided for criticism and review.
    

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Published Date : 2018-09-27T13:54:23.000Z

Chekka Chivantha Vaanam Tamil-language crime thriller film co-written and directed by Mani Ratnam. The film features Arvind Swami, Vijay Sethupathi, Jyothika, Silambarasan, Arun Vijay, Aishwarya Rajesh, Dayana Erappa and Aditi Rao Hydari as the ensemble cast, while Prakash Raj, Jayasudha, Thiagarajan and Mansoor Ali Khan appear in pivotal roles. #ManiRatnam #ChekkaChivanthaVaanam #Reviews Visit us at http://filmcompanion.in Do Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe to our channel. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/FCsubscribe Follow Us On: https://www.facebook.com/filmcompanion https://www.twitter.com/filmcompanion http://instagram.com/filmcompanion The Film Companion is a web channel intended to promote Indian cinema through films review, interviews, discussions, video essays and analytical compilations. It is intended primarily for the purpose of encouraging informed discussions, criticism and review of cinema and towards such purpose the programs use short extracts of cinematograph films, sounds recording and photographic works. These clips and extracts are of a minimal nature and the use is not intended to interfere in any manner with their commercial exploitation of the compete work by the owners of the copyright. The use of works are in compliance with the fair dealing exception provided under Sec. 52 of the Copyright Act, and we asset our use of the works under the exception provided for criticism and review.
    

Channel Title : Film Companion South

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Published Date : 2018-01-02T15:22:08.000Z

Baradwaj Rangan answers your questions on Michael Madana Kamarajan, a 1990 Tamil language comedy film directed by Singeetam Srinivasa Rao. The film also feature a large ensemble cast alongside Kamal Haasan, Urvashi, Rupini, Kushboo played the female leads, while Manorama, Delhi Ganesh, Nassar, Venniradai Moorthy, SN Lakshmi, Jayabharathi, R. N. Jayagopal, Nagesh, Praveen Kumar and Santhana Bharathi #AskBR Visit us at http://filmcompanion.in Do Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe to our channel. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/FCsubscribe Follow Us On: https://www.facebook.com/filmcompanion https://www.twitter.com/filmcompanion http://instagram.com/filmcompanion The Film Companion is a web channel intended to promote Indian cinema through films review, interviews, discussions, video essays and analytical compilations. It is intended primarily for the purpose of encouraging informed discussions, criticism and review of cinema and towards such purpose the programs use short extracts of cinematograph films, sounds recording and photographic works. These clips and extracts are of a minimal nature and the use is not intended to interfere in any manner with their commercial exploitation of the compete work by the owners of the copyright. The use of works are in compliance with the fair dealing exception provided under Sec. 52 of the Copyright Act, and we asset our use of the works under the exception provided for criticism and review.
    

Channel Title : Film Companion South

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Published Date : 2017-09-25T12:01:10.000Z

AR Murugadoss walks down memory lane with Baradwaj Rangan where he talks about picking heroes for his stories: Dheena (Ajith Kumar), Ramana (Vijayakanth), Ghajini (Suriya & Aamir Khan), Stalin (Chiranjeevi), Suriya (7aum Arivu, Thuppakki and Kaththi (Vijay), Spyder (Mahesh Babu). He talks about how Mohanlal doesn't worry about camera angles, & why it's easy to write a story with Rajinikanth in mind. The filmmaker also tells us whether he will work with smaller heroes, whether our big stars will do different roles, and whether his next film with Vijay can be truly different. Have you subscribed to Film Companion Reviews yet? Join us here - http://bit.ly/FilmCompanionReviews Visit us at http://filmcompanion.in Do Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe to our channel. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/FCsubscribe Follow Us On: https://www.facebook.com/filmcompanion https://www.twitter.com/filmcompanion http://instagram.com/filmcompanion The Film Companion is a web channel intended to promote Indian cinema through films review, interviews, discussions, video essays and analytical compilations. It is intended primarily for the purpose of encouraging informed discussions, criticism and review of cinema and towards such purpose, the programs use short extracts of cinematograph films, sound recording and photographic works. These clips and extracts are of a minimal nature and the use is not intended to interfere in any manner with their commercial exploitation of the complete work by the owners of the copyright. The use of works are in compliance with the fair dealing exception provided under Sec. 52 of the Copyright Act, and we asset our use of the works under the exception provided for criticism and review.
    

Channel Title : Film Companion South

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Published Date : 2018-06-07T11:55:21.000Z

Kaala written and directed by Pa. Ranjith and produced by Dhanush under his banner Wunderbar Films. Starring Rajinikanth in the lead role. Visit us at http://filmcompanion.in Do Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe to our channel. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/FCsubscribe Follow Us On: https://www.facebook.com/filmcompanion https://www.twitter.com/filmcompanion http://instagram.com/filmcompanion The Film Companion is a web channel intended to promote Indian cinema through films review, interviews, discussions, video essays and analytical compilations. It is intended primarily for the purpose of encouraging informed discussions, criticism and review of cinema and towards such purpose the programs use short extracts of cinematograph films, sounds recording and photographic works. These clips and extracts are of a minimal nature and the use is not intended to interfere in any manner with their commercial exploitation of the compete work by the owners of the copyright. The use of works are in compliance with the fair dealing exception provided under Sec. 52 of the Copyright Act, and we asset our use of the works under the exception provided for criticism and review.
    

Channel Title : Film Companion South

Views : 35112

Likes : 477

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Published Date : 2018-10-02T05:37:42.000Z

Anand Shankar, director of NOTA, talks about his learnings as an Assistant Director in Bollywood and in Tamil cinema. (He assisted Siddharth Anand in Anjaana Anjaani, and AR Murugadoss in Thuppakki and 7aum Arivu.) He talks about his sensibility and why his second film (Iru Mugan) was less "Hollywoody" than his first (Arima Nambi). He talks about whether a big star means compromises and his learnings from his two films. He discusses why the action choreography in our films is so unimaginative. He speaks about NOTA and casting Vijay Deverakonda (Arjun Reddy had something to do with it). And he discusses not having his star speak in the trailer. #NOTA #AnandShankar #VijayDeverakonda Visit us at http://filmcompanion.in Do Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe to our channel. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/FCsubscribe Follow Us On: https://www.facebook.com/filmcompanion https://www.twitter.com/filmcompanion http://instagram.com/filmcompanion The Film Companion is a web channel intended to promote Indian cinema through films review, interviews, discussions, video essays and analytical compilations. It is intended primarily for the purpose of encouraging informed discussions, criticism and review of cinema and towards such purpose the programs use short extracts of cinematograph films, sounds recording and photographic works. These clips and extracts are of a minimal nature and the use is not intended to interfere in any manner with their commercial exploitation of the compete work by the owners of the copyright. The use of works are in compliance with the fair dealing exception provided under Sec. 52 of the Copyright Act, and we asset our use of the works under the exception provided for criticism and review.
    

Channel Title : Film Companion South

Views : 431299

Likes : 3869

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Published Date : 2018-07-14T10:02:32.000Z

Actors Prithviraj Sukumaran and Nazriya Nazim talk about playing siblings in Anjali Menon's Koode. They talk about how Anjali made them bond with each other, why there are not many movies based on brother-sister relationships, about Anjali's unique process of filmmaking, improvising an English script, working with director Ranjith who plays their father in the film, about actors Parvathy and Fahadh Faasil, about turning producers, the current scenario in Malayalam Cinema and finally about Prithviraj's directorial debut with Mohanlal - Lucifer. Visit us at http://filmcompanion.in Do Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe to our channel. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/FCsubscribe Follow Us On: https://www.facebook.com/filmcompanion https://www.twitter.com/filmcompanion http://instagram.com/filmcompanion The Film Companion is a web channel intended to promote Indian cinema through films review, interviews, discussions, video essays and analytical compilations. It is intended primarily for the purpose of encouraging informed discussions, criticism and review of cinema and towards such purpose the programs use short extracts of cinematograph films, sounds recording and photographic works. These clips and extracts are of a minimal nature and the use is not intended to interfere in any manner with their commercial exploitation of the compete work by the owners of the copyright. The use of works are in compliance with the fair dealing exception provided under Sec. 52 of the Copyright Act, and we asset our use of the works under the exception provided for criticism and review.
    

Channel Title : Film Companion South

Views : 23640

Likes : 585

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Published Date : 2018-09-13T11:12:29.000Z

Seema Raja is an Indian Tamil action comedy drama film written and directed by Ponram and produced by R. D. Raja. The film stars Sivakarthikeyan, Samantha Akkineni and Soori in the lead roles, with a supporting cast including Napoleon, Lal and Simran. The film features music composed by D. Imman and cinematography by Balasubramaniem. Visit us at http://filmcompanion.in Do Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe to our channel. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/FCsubscribe Follow Us On: https://www.facebook.com/filmcompanion https://www.twitter.com/filmcompanion http://instagram.com/filmcompanion The Film Companion is a web channel intended to promote Indian cinema through films review, interviews, discussions, video essays and analytical compilations. It is intended primarily for the purpose of encouraging informed discussions, criticism and review of cinema and towards such purpose the programs use short extracts of cinematograph films, sounds recording and photographic works. These clips and extracts are of a minimal nature and the use is not intended to interfere in any manner with their commercial exploitation of the compete work by the owners of the copyright. The use of works are in compliance with the fair dealing exception provided under Sec. 52 of the Copyright Act, and we asset our use of the works under the exception provided for criticism and review.
    

Channel Title : Film Companion South

Views : 124941

Likes : 2333

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Published Date : 2018-04-05T17:21:32.000Z

Karthik Subbaraj, who is directing the next Rajinikanth film, talks about being a “social media generation” director, making short films and learning from them. He talks about his writing process and how he writes complex screenplays like Jigarthanda and Iraivi. He discusses the the layering of characters, the staging of shots. He talks about how the climax of Pizza helped him form the rest of the narrative (when people asked him to make it like Chandramukhi), and about his twists. He talks about the challenges of making a silent film like Mercury, with Prabhu Dheva. (And about Kamal Haasan’s silent film, Pesum Padam/Pushpak.) He talks about social responsibility and being an urban filmmaker. He talks about his Tarantino fandom, and his involvement in making music (with Santhosh Narayanan). He talks about his Dhanush film, where he wants an antagonist of the stature of Al Pacino or Robert De Niro. He speaks of his love for Baba and Lingaa, and abut classic Thalaivar films like Mullum Malarum and Nallavanukku Nallavan. Finally, he answers rapid-fire questions on Rajinikanth. Visit us at http://filmcompanion.in Do Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe to our channel. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/FCsubscribe Follow Us On: https://www.facebook.com/fcompanionsouth https://www.twitter.com/fcompanionsouth http://instagram.com/fcompanionsouth The Film Companion is a web channel intended to promote Indian cinema through films review, interviews, discussions, video essays and analytical compilations. It is intended primarily for the purpose of encouraging informed discussions, criticism and review of cinema and towards such purpose the programs use short extracts of cinematograph films, sounds recording and photographic works. These clips and extracts are of a minimal nature and the use is not intended to interfere in any manner with their commercial exploitation of the compete work by the owners of the copyright. The use of works are in compliance with the fair dealing exception provided under Sec. 52 of the Copyright Act, and we asset our use of the works under the exception provided for criticism and review.
    

Channel Title : Film Companion South

Views : 44848

Likes : 2256

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Published Date : 2018-08-06T08:10:21.000Z

Vishwaroopam is a 2013 Indian action spy thriller film written, directed and co-produced by Kamal Haasan, who also enacts the lead role. The film has Rahul Bose, Shekhar Kapur, Pooja Kumar, Andrea Jeremiah and Jaideep Ahlawat in supporting roles. Filmed simultaneously in two languages: Tamil and Hindi, the film features a soundtrack composed by Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy, with the Tamil lyrics written by Vairamuthu and Haasan himself, while Javed Akhtar translated them for the Hindi version Visit us at http://filmcompanion.in Do Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe to our channel. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/FCsubscribe Follow Us On: https://www.facebook.com/filmcompanion https://www.twitter.com/filmcompanion http://instagram.com/filmcompanion The Film Companion is a web channel intended to promote Indian cinema through films review, interviews, discussions, video essays and analytical compilations. It is intended primarily for the purpose of encouraging informed discussions, criticism and review of cinema and towards such purpose the programs use short extracts of cinematograph films, sounds recording and photographic works. These clips and extracts are of a minimal nature and the use is not intended to interfere in any manner with their commercial exploitation of the compete work by the owners of the copyright. The use of works are in compliance with the fair dealing exception provided under Sec. 52 of the Copyright Act, and we asset our use of the works under the exception provided for criticism and review.

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