Chithiram Pesuthadi 2 Review: Well-intentioned, but crams in too much to do justice

Chithiram Pesuthadi 2 (CP 2) gives you an experience that is akin to opening a time capsule — the effect is much nostalgia. First, there’s Radhika Apte from her Dhoni days (way before she became Netflix India’s poster girl). Then, there’s Ajmal who, after quite a break, made a comeback in last year’s Iravukku Ayiram Kangal (2018). Higher on the novelty radar, the film has Dwayne Bravo in a cameo. But the biggest surprise is seeing Suchitra Karthik Kumar’s name in the credits. (She has sung a song for the film.) You get the drift. The film was made in 2013, and it shows. Originally titled Ula, the film was probably conceived before the hyperlink cinema bubble burst in Tamil cinema. But being dated is the last thing you can accuse CP 2 of… In other words, it has bigger problems to worry about.

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Ghoul Review: A hollow scream

Netflix’s latest original series, Ghoul, starring Radhika Apte, is one of those rare horror films/shows that push you to a place of emotional discomfort. The horror series, directed by Patrick Graham, is an atmospheric piece that creates a sense of unease with its ambience more than its story. Continue reading “Ghoul Review: A hollow scream”

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