Monday, August 22, 2016
‘Cooking is what enduring love stories are made of’: Filmmaker Hansal Mehta’s kitchen would be the object of any neighbour’s envy. It’s well-lit, extremely airy, spotlessly tidy and neatly stacked. The owner, however, is not entirely satisfied with it.
Bollywood is stereotyped, says Adoor: National Award-winning filmmaker Adoor Gopalakrishnan feels Bollywood is different from Hindi cinema as the former follows a stereotypical pattern of stories. The director says there are people makin
Actor Revathi about voice-acting for her first-ever animation film, Punyakoti: All of Revathi’s recent films—Amma Kanakku, Inji Iduppazhagi, Margarita with a Straw—are based on social themes. But she doesn’t want to be typecast as an actress who only does such films. “Directors
Tamil Films have barely a week in which to make a profit for all the stakeholders: Back when the film business was ruled by single screens, a film, no matter how bad, would get at least one week of uninterrupted shows before getting taken off. The film prints would then be transport
Tuesday, August 16, 2016
Pattappa’s kitchen diaries: How the catering service evolved from wedding feasts into the restaurant business
Pattappa’s kitchen diaries: How the catering service evolved from wedding feasts into the restaurant business: It’s just a little past 11, and a couple is already waiting outside Pattappavin Thaligai, opposite Nageswara Rao Park. Minutes later, a family disembarks from an auto-rickshaw and rushes in, only to