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Cargo review: A new dimension to mythology and existentialism in this wonderful sci-fi film
Arati Kadav's debut feature manages to delve into ancient Indian myths through the new prism of science fiction, offering them a new relevance.
A Thing Of Magic review: Two young sisters are transfixed by a pair of 3D glasses in their small village
First-time filmmaker Nithin Anil captures the unhurried pace of village life and the simple pleasure of just being in his debut film.
Axone review: Layered Northeastern recipe that unravels the true colours of India's differences
Nicholas Kharkongor's film explores the threat of racism, discrimination, friendship, family and Indianness through the journey of a group of friends from the Northeast living in Delhi.
The Last Color review: Chef Vikas Khanna’s directorial debut tells a moving tale
The film, which revolves around a widow and a little girl in Varanasi, offers a grassroots view of the holy town.
MAMI 2019: Achal Mishra’s Maithili feature Gamak Ghar explores the world of documentary and narrative format
Achal Mishra’s directorial debut will be premiered in the India Gold section of the 21st Mumbai Film Festival.
Laal Kaptaan review: Saif Ali Khan's overlong and exhausting quest for revenge is a big letdown
Saif Ali Khan plays a Naga sadhu seeking retribution in Navdeep Singh's Western set in 18th century India.
Sonalee Kulkarni approached me with Hirkani and I instantly agreed, says director Prasad Oak
The actor-filmmaker shares insights into the making of Hirkani and also looks back at his journey in Marathi cinema.
KD review: A journey back into childhood with two fantastic and lively characters
Entertaining, witty and sparkling with chemistry, Madhumita Sundararaman's little film is a cinematic treat.