The Lena Interview: I don't create comfort zones because they hinder spontaneity

In a candid interview, popular actress Lena talks to Deepa Antony about her successful transition into an entrepreneur with Aakriti, her slimming centre in Kochi and her film journey...


The Gautham Ramachandran Interview: Nivin Pauly is a dream to work with

Gautham Ramachandran who made his debut as director with Richie talks to Deepa Antony about the film and working with Nivin Pauly

A fairly unfamiliar name t...


Masterpiece review: Mammootty shines but movie falls flat

Masterpiece is a typical Mammootty mass-action movie, tailor-made to suit his fans, writes Deepa Antony.

Directed by Ajai Vasudev and written by Udaykrishna...


Top 10 Malayalam movies of 2017

From a great deal of good film-making, here’s our pick of 10 films that we think made the mark- a mark of entertainment, emotion and adventure.

Time f...


Hey Jude movie review: This Nivin Pauly and Trisha starrer will melt your heart

Hey Jude makes a sensitive and poignant portrayal of the normal lives of “abnormal” people, writes Deepa Antony

The much touted ‘Hey Jude&...


Rosapoo review: Boorish, crass and tasteless

This is the kind of cinema that even a charismatic actor such as Biju Menon cannot save with his wit, writes Deepa Antony.

Black humor is a tricky business ...


Aami review: Manju Warrier, Tovino shine in this delectable biopic of Kamala Das

If you are one of the many literary lovers of Madhavikutty, this is a film you will like, maybe not love, writes Deepa Antony.



Kaly review: A game worth a watch!

The film will keep you at the edge of your seat for a while, but also get predictable is large parts, writes Deepa Antony.

‘Kaly’, a purported t...


Captain review: Jayasurya steals the show in this befitting homage to a real-life hero

Jayasurya makes an unbelievable transformation into a stoic, calm and determined V P Sathyan, writes Deepa Antony.

Captain, the second biopic film release o...


Poomaram review: A half-hearted tribute to college days

Poomaram deserves to be celebrated as Kalidasan Jayaram’s comeback. His performance doesn’t disappoint one bit, writes Deepa Antony.

Lo and beho...


Ira movie review: Is it a watchable thriller?

Tagged as “the story of an accused”, Ira had an excellent marketing team backing the crew. But is marketing enough to pull a cinema through? Read this review from Deepa A...


Kuttanadan Marpappa review: Kunchacko Boban shines in this fun ride

Shot in the backwaters, Kuttanadan Marpapa is a haven of scenic beauty, writes Deepa Antony.

Right from the trailer to the title, Kuttanadan Marpappa promis...


Parole review: There is nothing new in this Mammootty film

Parole is a grand old wine in a grand old bottle. There is nothing new about anything in this film, writes Deepa Antony.

Based in Adivaram, the film spans a...


Kammara Sambhavam review: An engaging and compelling period film

With his performance, the actor in Dileep holds the audience rapt in attention, writes Deepa Antony.

Kammara Sambhavam is the doing and un-doing of a biopic...


Mohanlal movie review: Strictly for Manju Warrier fans

Panning the camera on a female fan does give the story a different and interesting dimension, writes Deepa Antony.

Meenakshi, aka Meenukutty and the love of...


The Vineeth Sreenivasan Interview: I love the instant rush I get from a live audience

Juggling his work and life, the multi-talented Vineeth Sreenivasan takes some time off to talk to Deepa Antony over brunch opening-up about his latest release Aravindante Adhithikal,...


Aravindante Athidhikal review: It’s sweet, simple and poetic

Vineeth Sreenivasan is evidently a much more confident actor than he ever was, writes Deepa Antony.

Aravindante Athidhikal opens to a crowd in front of the ...


Uncle review: Mammootty shines in this engaging tale

Uncle does not blind you with the spark and light from Mammootty’s stardom. Instead, you’ll find the actor shine through the gentle folds of a simple story told a little ...