Home » Archives for L Ravichander
The Jagapathi Babu starrer FCUK fails to impress for multiple reasons
Madhavan-starrer Maara is all about a curious girl’s search for the elusive Messiah
Actor Renuka Sahane’s directorial, ‘Tribangha’, shows how one’s attempt to live up to the choices made impact life
'Coolie No. 1' starring Varun Dhawan and Sara Ali Khan is not up to the mark
Ramakrishnan Murthy’s beautiful rendition, which exhibited his brilliance in Pallavi singing, concluded the 53rd Annual Music Festival of Kalasagaram
The sixth day of Kalasagaram music festival had some wonderful moments and artistic choices.
Flautist Mala Chandrasekhar’s performance gave the lovers of Carnatic music an unforgettable evening.
Sumitra Vasudev’s performance on the fourth day of Kalasagaram - 2020 was a dedication to classicism
Kalasagaram witnessed novel concepts in its performances over the two days
Netflix’s Ludo is a board game trying to push larger-than-life tales that somehow fails to take off
The movie which invited lot of controversy before it even released doesn't have much to go on in the way of scary scenes
A multilayered attempt by director Sudhir Mishra to depict the tale of a middle-class man’s angst and his faulted insurance for the future through his son
Quality is the signature of the man. He did not see in this any conflict with quantity. He holds the Guinness World Record for recording the highest number of songs by a singer with over 40,000 songs.
'Dolly Kitty Aur Woh Chamakte Sitare' is a brutal film at one level and a probing narrative at another
High class music and some brilliant performances make 'Bandish Bandits' a must-watch
The Nani, Sudheer Babu-starrer ‘V’ turns out to be a gruesome depiction of violent murders
Unless you enjoy watching bizarre shootouts, amateur killings, and B grade godmen, this movie can be given a miss
Filmmaker Nithin Kakkar's Ram Singh Charlie deals with the death of an industry
‘Mee Raqsam’ showcases the holistic spirit of art which goes beyond the boundaries of religion
Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Radhika Apte-starrer 'Raat Akeli Hai' is about wealth, sex, perversion, gender exploitation, corruption, liquor, trafficking, and much more