“The actor will be remembered as a man with the laugh of a child, as a comedian who inspired us to laugh so.”
Why Vivekh’s Kannadasan is the real Dharala Prabhu
“Even Kannadasan thinks of himself as a ‘kevalamaanavan’, which finds a quick response from his assistant: “Correct sir.” Anger is a consequence of ego, and is it any wonder then that we hardly see Kannadasan lose his temper?”
Brindavanam: A warm, fuzzy drama that works for the most part
Like Mozhi, this film too is about a menagerie of people across religion, caste and occupation, who live together as one happy unit. It’s for that reason that the film is titled Brindavanam, which translates to ‘a garden of happiness’. There’s an almost saccharine air of optimism that pervades the film’s world; think of the director as the anti-Bala.