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  • Dec 03, 2016
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  • by Meera Chithirappaavai

  Each one of us has had an epiphany; a sudden realisation at certain points in our life. It might be an obvious fact that's never occurred to you in the past. It gives you an “Ada ahma’ (I Know right?) feel. This piece is about...

  • Jun 16, 2016
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  • by Fully Filmy

  It’s such a wonderful time to be a creator in the Indian film industry.   No, seriously, I’m not being sarcastic.   Audiences are more open minded than ever. They crave unique stories and quality filmmaking, instead of just the masala blockbusters every Friday....

  • Apr 16, 2016
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  • by Fully Filmy

“He loves music!” “Don’t we all?”   ...Goes a convo in Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill.     What else can connect hearts than the language of music? What else can connect thoughts miles away from one another than a song with soul, magic and light...

  • Jan 19, 2016
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  • by Fully Filmy

It isn't very often that you get to rave about a strong female character in a Bollywood movie, which are so few and far in between. No matter how hard we try to push this fact back under the carpet, the film industry is an...

  • Jan 15, 2016
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  • by Fully Filmy

Much before Premam cast its magic over all of us last year, Malayalam Cinema has been silently breaking barriers and forging its way forward for decades. While it's a shame for the rest of us to recognize its importance this late, we believe that it's never...

  • Jan 04, 2016
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  • by Fully Filmy

While they might want to diversify once in a while, our Indian filmmakers are known for their individual trademarks. Some are known for their opulence, some for their grittiness and some for their one-track ideologies. If some of our most iconic directors never got into...

  • Dec 16, 2015
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  • by Fully Filmy

It might be a little too early to say this, but we're gonna say it anyways: things have begun to change. What a year, indeed. Big-budget movies sank without a trace(with the exception of Baahubali), small, independent content-driven films brought in repeat audiences, films with female...