1744 White Alto Review | A Quirky Crime Comedy That’s Definitely Worth a Watch

The last film from Senna Hegde, Thinkalazhcha Nishchayam, was a satire that can’t be called a plot-heavy film. It was a movie that managed to find hilarious instances from moments and characters. His new film, yet another Made in Kanhangad venture, 1744 White Alto, also explores a similar space, but this time in a quirky… Continue reading 1744 White Alto Review | A Quirky Crime Comedy That’s Definitely Worth a Watch

Solomante Theneechakal

Recently in the conversations happening in social media groups and even in troll groups, one particular scripting trope was under scrutiny. It was about this “wait, I can explain” – “no, we don’t want to hear anything” scenario in movies that were released a few years back. What I found most irritating about Lal Jose’s… Continue reading Solomante Theneechakal