Not many moviegoers from today might recollect the name of Nimmi. She was among the handful of actors of Hindi cinema in our midst who made their debut in the 1940s. Nimmi's story in Hindi cinema is also linked to the rich legacy of courtesans and theatre artistes to the film industry.
He once painted billboards and hoardings that dominated the skyline of the cities in Tamil Nadu. Writer, film critic and artist V Jeevananthan talks about his journey infused with colours, from black, white and all the colours in between
Four years back, when Lingaa flopped at the box office, many voices came out to say that Rajini should now play different kind of roles and play his age. With Pa Ranjith’s Kabali, there was a new Rajini. He played his age. And while his true blue fans cheered him on, there was a sense... Continue Reading →
In close to two decades of singing, Vijay Yesudas has given anthems of love and longing to a generation of music lovers across languages. He talks about his relationship with his father, the legendary KJ Yesudas and his experience as a playback singer What are your earliest impressions of listening to your father? Right from... Continue Reading →