No one has held the masses in sway more than film stars in Tamil Nadu. The whole culture of worship and adulation is an interesting one
Indian films began talking in 1931 and it didn’t take them long to belt out ideas of freedom. And with our films having had a culture of song and dance, patriotism found its way into even regular entertainers. But these films did clash with the censors from time to time.
A king has been dethroned through unfair means and a new reign of terror is in place. The rightful heir is unaware of his true potential. The suffering masses are waiting for the leader to find his calling and save them from an atrocious regime. The women are enslaved and are hopeful that one day,... Continue Reading →