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Gunjan Saxena review: Janhvi Kapoor shines in this inspiring biopic
Writer-director Sharan Sharma shows us, without melodrama, Gunjan Saxena's struggle as she combats the misogynistic and patriarchal mindset in the military.
Harshit review: Tragedy of young lovers caught in a web woven by communal politics
Dhruva Harsh's short film featuring Satyajeet Dubey, Abhishek Pandey and Diksha Juneja, has been inspired by the tragedy of Hamlet.
25 years of Oh Darling Yeh Hai India! (1995): Irreverent, piercing film about the state of the nation
Ketan Mehta's film, which was released on 11 August 1995, is an entertainingly exaggerated take on socio-political issues and the formulaic films of 'Bollywood'.
Kayantar review: Poignant reflection on art, religion and gender
The thought-provoking film foregrounds the realm of art, artistic expression, desire and freedom, examining how a divisive society systemically thwarts individual dreams and choices.
Sunday is as much about loneliness and lack of intimacy as about sexuality: Arun Fulara on his debut short
Sunday will be screened on 16 August as part of the upcoming Bengaluru International Short Film Festival being held online this year.
Pareeksha review: Well-meaning drama on the right to education
The emotional film by Prakash Jha points out the stark differences in opportunities available to those with privilege and those without.