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Kaashmora raised expectations ever since the first look of the film released. Idharkuthane Aasaipattai Balakumara fame, Director Gokul is back and this time, it’s a dark fantasy flick along with a generous dash of humor. Karthi started this year with the super-hit Thozha , will he end it in style? Read on. Kaashmora (Karthi), along with Vivek, Jangiri Madhumitha and co are a family of phony exorcists who feed at the ignorance and superstitious beliefs of common folks. The list of people who fall for their antics also includes bigwigs such as a cop and a crooked politician. One such gag gets Kaashmora to an eerie looking palace. After looting a lump sum, his family too somehow ends up in the same palace along with Yamini (Sri Divya), a researcher who aspires to make a thesis on the supernatural and paranormal activities. On a another track, we get to witness a story that unfolds ages ago. A fierce, ruthless warrior general, Raj Nayak (Karthi again), eyes the kingdom’s princess Ratnamah


Dhanush is back once again this year after his Thodari with Director Durai Senthilkumar’s Kodi . Produced by ace Director Vetrimaaran, the film stars Dhanush in dual roles for the first time. Karunas, a loyal member of S.A. Chandrasekhar’s political party, sacrifices himself to bolster the principles laid by his leader. One of his two sons, Kodi (Dhanush), who witnesses this, picks up the mantle and renounces his life for the party and thereby grows up the ladder as years pass. His twin Anbu (Dhanush once again), who detests politics, leads a humble life as a college professor. Kodi’s lady love, Rudhra (Trisha), is also someone who has advanced herself to the top in the opposite party which happens to be the one ruling the state. Though they keep their personal lives aside from their professional ones, considering the nature of politics, they project themselves as adversaries. Meanwhile, a love track blooms between Anbu and Malathi (Anupama Parameswaran), who owns a hatchery. When a pr


Area:-  Mylapore Cost for two:-  ₹1,200 for two people (approx.) Cuisine:-  North Indian, South Indian, Continental, Asian Taking me to a veg restaurant is like bringing a flaming candle next to a house doused with kerosene, not impossible but just a huge risk. Not that I don’t like veg food, it’s just that very few places in Chennai offer some lovely veg food and I’m glad that I discovered Prive in one such outing. I was invited for a foodies meet in Prive and given below is my experience. Location Finding a quiet street in one of the busiest locations of the city is a blessing in disguise. Prive is located in one of such deserted streets named Rajasekaran Street, R K Salai at Mylapore. The easiest way to spot this restaurant is to find the Van Heusen showroom opposite to the Kalyani hospital. This restaurant is located inside the adjacent street to this showroom. Pleasantly shocking was the fact that they have a really good amount of car parking space which is manned. Ambience Tal


Vijay Sethupathi is back to test waters with the commercial action genre after his successful stint in Sethupathi . Rekka is Rathina Siva’s second film after his yet-to-be released Vaa Deal . What’s interesting is the fact that this is VS’s 6th film of this year and most of them have turned out to be hits. Kabir Khan, a menacing villain, kills the brother of another antagonist, Harish Uthaman thereby providing the base for revenge. Fast forward to six months, Vijay Sethupathi, known for kidnapping brides to pair them up with their lovers, rescues a lady, who isn’t interested in the wedding that happens to have Harish Uthaman as the groom. Instead of creating a ruckus, Harish backs out reminding himself to hurt Vijay Sethupathi when the time arrives. This instance comes soon to Harish who finds out that the wedding of Vijay Sethupathi’s sister is coming up and he uses that to make the hero his pawn in order to avenge the death of his brother. Putting Vijay Sethupathi’s talent to his adv


Sivakarthikeyan’s most anticipated flick of the year is finally here and with all the pre-release business numbers and impeccable promotions, the film has garnered the highest expectations as well as the number of theatres. Sivakarthikeyan is an aspiring actor who tries his best to grab the lead role in a film. When the director tells him that his next film will have a male donning a female character, SK tries to impress him by putting on a nurse costume. Meanwhile, he also gets to know that the girl he fell for has gotten engaged. Hence our hero uses his newly found ‘alter-ego’ to impress Keerthy Suresh, the heroine. Whether he succeeds in his mission forms the story of this rom-com flick. This wafer thin story-line wouldn’t have had much to offer if it wasn’t for the freshness this crew of talented newbies and experienced veterans, who have worked together to present a well festooned fiasco. The primary reason to watch Remo , Sivakarthikeyan, also ends up to be the saving grace of th