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Super Deluxe: A Tamil Gem of 2019 [Movie Analysis]

Last night, I watched non-linear drama thriller Tamil movie Super Deluxe. Its just so entertaining and a message based simultaneously. The cast of movie such as Vijay Sethupathi, Samantha Ruth Prabhu, Fahadh Faasil, Ramya Krishnan etc.
Vijay Sethupathi played the role of a person, who did the sex change operation after running away from his home. The little boy, Ashwanth Ashok Kumar, who played the character of Rasukutty, the child of Manikam aka Shilpa (Vijay Sethupathi).
Super Deluxe has done full justice with this genre. Unlike some other films which has some loose end in the name of this genre. From intro to climax, Super Deluxe holds the power to make viewers stick to their seats.

Overall, Thiagaranjan Kumararaja has done a great job with the soul of this movie. From dialogues to cinematic sequences, everything is perfect. Not even a single thing about this movie makes me look away from the screen. My favorite part of the movie is Rasukutty's special style to welcome his father.

Suhana Khan's Short Film: The Grey part of Blue

Shah Rukh Khan's daughter Suhana Khan, recently graduated from Ardingly College in London and is pursuing acting course in the United States of America.
A short film The Grey Part of Blue has been released on youtube, featuring Suhana Khan. The plot revolves around the two-day journey of a young couple as they confront the harsh reality of the real world. Suhaha Khan is playing the character of a girl who is very excited to take her boyfriend to meet her parents for the very first time. And, the boyfriend doesn't seem interested in the whole scenario.
Suhana Khan did well for character. But the real show stopper was the Robin Gonella, who played the boyfriend. Suhana's acting skills are raw in comparison of Robin Gonella's acting skills. He did full justice with his character.

Here is the short film:

Mission Mangal Movie Review

Chronic cynics and inveterate snarkers would do themselves — and everyone else — a great big favor by steering clear of “Mission Mangal,” an entertaining and ingratiating feel-good movie about the 2013 launch of the Mangalyann space probe, an against-all-odds triumph of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO). In the world according to director Jagan Shakti and his team of screenwriters, this epochal event — India’s first interplanetary excursion, and the first time any country succeeded at sending a satellite to Mars in its initial attempt — is a textbook example of jugaad, a Hindi expression often translated as efficacious improvisation with minimal resources. And there is more than a hint of “Hidden Figures” to the storytelling here, in that most of the improvisation is inspired by observations and experiences of women who sign on for the Mars Orbiter Mission, or “MOM” (yes, really).
Akshay Kumar and Vidya Balan are first and second among equals in the ensemble cast, playing …