Abbar Kanchenjungha is Raajhorshee De's tribute to Satyajit Ray
Actress Shikha Malhotra awarded Vagdhara Nav Ratna Samman
Tiger Shroff film Heropanti 2 to be released on 3 December
RJ Balaji to star in Tamil remake of Badhaai Ho
Shooting commences for Planet Marathi web-series Hing, Pustak, Talwar
Experiencing how a script changes into scenes and how scenes join up to create cinema is fascinating: Udita Bhargava
In an exclusive conversation, first-time filmmaker Bhargava, whose debut movie Dust is being streamed on Mubi, speaks of how she had to extend herself and her notions about direction.
Special: The best of Bengali cinema 2011-20
From a tale of an obsessive foley artiste who only registers background noise to an awkward adolescent's coming-of-age saga, here are the best Bengali films of the past decade.
Aelay review: Halitha Shameem's film is fun but excruciatingly long
Set against a rural backdrop, the film beautifully explores the strained relationship between a father and son.
Letter From Your Far-off Country review: Compelling, poignant visual collage of history, memory and understanding
The personal examination by filmmaker Suneil Sanzgiri tries to make sense of events, past and present, around him.
1962: The War In The Hills review – This melodramatic retelling of a forgotten Indian army mission is a big disappointment
The snail's pace screenplay, too many overly dramatic moments and surprisingly amateurish direction turn this story of valour into an epic mess.
Kuthiraivaal review: An intense psychedelic dream crafted with artistic abandon
A visually compelling essay, Manoj Leonel Jahson and Shyam Sunder's film captivatingly crosses the boundaries of reason to explore the abstraction and surrealism within our lives.