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Sudhir Srinivasan
Entertainment Editor, . Editor, . Formerly with The Hindu, Times of India. Contrarian, atheist, Culé. Sheds most tears in theatres.
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Sudhir Srinivasan 12h
Is there any chance at all that he realises his folly, apologises, reforms, becomes respectful, and maybe that's what makes the girl like him at the end?
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Sudhir Srinivasan Feb 17
🙂🙏🏾
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Sudhir Srinivasan Feb 17
Saw Mr. Local's teaser. Anyway, looking forward to this year's awards. I dearly loved The Favourite, and will be rooting for it in quite a few categories.
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Sudhir Srinivasan Feb 15
"The best romances are often about two flawed people (who isn’t?) finding a way to look past the flaws, or helping each other rise past them. Such relationships bear the fragrance of equality. You can't say that about Dev." Review of
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Sudhir Srinivasan Feb 15
Here's my video review of , a film I largely didn't care for.
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Chinmayi Sripaada Feb 15
Replying to @Chinmayi
Have been working on this for a while. A performance set that would be presented differently than what you have heard so far. See you soon from the stage!!
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Sudhir Srinivasan Feb 15
Enna madhri 'nagi maloom gai' aalungalaam, thoraayama paathu purinjuka vendiyadhu dhaan.
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T.S.Suresh Feb 15
As per the censor certificate, Indian version has been censored without subtitles. Sad!
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navEEn Feb 15
a highly acclaimed film limiting the set of audience is saddening😏 missing it badly
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Sudhir Srinivasan Feb 15
So, not a single theatre in Chennai is playing with subtitles? If it's true, that's ridiculous. tells me a large part of the enjoyment concerns the undiluted understanding of what's being sung and said.
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CinemaExpress Feb 15
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Sudhir Srinivasan Feb 15
"Murad is invariably on the brink of things, a scavenger ready to pounce but always in need of an external push." Do read 's take on .
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Sudhir Srinivasan Feb 15
Replying to @sriram_ramesh
Thanks Sriram!
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Sudhir Srinivasan Feb 15
Here's my video review of , a film I largely didn't care for.
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Sudhir Srinivasan Feb 15
"The best romances are often about two flawed people (who isn’t?) finding a way to look past the flaws, or helping each other rise past them. Such relationships bear the fragrance of equality. You can't say that about Dev." Review of
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Sudhir Srinivasan Feb 15
Replying to @Divine_Fruit
வெறும் அவர அழகு படுத்தர பொருட்களா இல்லாம இருப்பது.
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Sudhir Srinivasan Feb 15
What I perhaps most liked about is how every significant character in it has a growth arc. How they are their own people, and not just embellishments of Murad. How they get their respective resolutions at the end. It's what makes it all so satisfying.
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CinemaExpress Feb 15
"Given how Meghna () is portrayed, I found Nisha () far more likeable. Someday, hopefully, our cinema will make a character like her its heroine not just in a film like , but in a romance," reviews
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Sudhir Srinivasan Feb 14
"At one point, Meghna realises in horror that Dev’s tracked her down using her mother’s Facebook post, and her response is, “You’re such a stalker!” almost as if it were a compliment." Here's my review of . .
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Kothai Feb 14
Seriously no director/ hero/ comedian/ dialogue writer understands impact of such dialogues. Can show umpteen examples of men working with me get used to these thoughts so deeply. These make them nvr understand a girls consent or space in any place be at office/ home. Sigh.
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