Teko trailer: Entertaining story with critique of society's standards
Pagalpanti trailer: Madness, action, and ghosts come alive with this confusing John Abraham-Arshad Warsi-Pulkit Samrat caper
Trisha to reunite with Chiranjeevi after a decade for Chiru 152
Shraddha Srinath floors fans with inspiring transformation journey
Keerthy Suresh likely to act with Ajith in Valimai
Gamak Ghar review: Eloquent look at the rise and fall of an ancestral home
Achal Mishra's directorial debut Gamak Ghar deftly illustrates the passing of time in a family and the decaying of its village abode in Bihar.
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.
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.