Background songs are fine or the ones that fade/stop after few moments. It seems I am kind of allergic to song-dance sequences, so gave up on it.
For example I loved
Visaranai (what a film!), but
Asuran was just better than meh.
Aranya Kandam are just too good, so is
Shutter! I have watched Mysskin's
Onaayum Aattukkuttiyum and I couldn't dig it - esp. the acting part.
By the way I loved
Anbe Sivam. I know it has song and dance but it was an exception.
PS. I especially dig slow burn, dark comedy, neo-noir, coming of age and hate overdoing, overacting, portraying actors/scenes as larger than life.
Continuing our glorious history of launching new figures into the show business, post Covid-19, we have the responsibility to give a helping hand to the darkened future of many chicks.
So, in this thread, you can nominate the person you would like to see next in Tamil Cinema.
The Traditional rules for nomination are:
I'll start the nomination with Sonam Bajwa - notable film 'Muklawa':
One of my friend said that one night stand for oviya after bigboss has gone up to 5 lakhs. Not sure if it's olu or true. What do you have?
For me, it has to be 'Love at first sight' . The hero is a happy-go-lucky guy chilling in life without any worry and suddenly crosses path with a girl. Then there is this slow motion, slow music on the background, the girl says something to her friend laughing or helps someone in need while smiling and the guy realizes 'Indha maari ponnu dhaan naa theditu irundhen' . Shabbbbaaaaaa
I have very limited knowledge about south Indian film industry. And TIL about Pawan Kalyan. (To his fans, please don’t kill me)