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East and West Bengal filmmakers come together for restoration of Ray, Sen, Ghatak ancestral homes
Zindagi In Short review: This Guneet Monga-helmed anthology offers compelling vignettes of the extraordinary within the ordinary
Seven short films artfully explore situations that arise in the lives of ordinary people as the anthology takes us through a gamut of emotions
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INA veterans in Malaysia were able to rebuild because of a support system, says filmmaker Choodie Shivaram
Journalist and filmmaker Choodie Shivaram speaks about the long journey of documenting the accounts of the Malaysian veterans of the Indian National Army into her film, At The Altar Of India’s Freedom.
Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan review: Ayushmann, Jeetu lead the charge in a much-needed coming-out story
Hitesh Kewalya's directorial debut aims to change the gaze of love stories in Hindi cinema, with frequent throwbacks to a 1990s classic with Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (1995), and succeeds to a large extent.
Bhoot: The Haunted Ship review – Sets sail confidently, only to sink
The Vicky Kaushal-starrer, the first of a planned horror trilogy, falls prey to the well-known second-half syndrome.
Baaram review: Mercy killing or cold-blooded murder?
Director Priya Krishnaswamy takes an almost voyeuristic approach in her narrative to showcase the social evil of Thalaikoothal in parts of Tamil Nadu.
Eeb Allay Ooo! review: Moving tale disguised as black comedy
The film is an entertainer with not a dull moment. Yet, it also provides a layered and moving depiction of how people from weaker sections become victims of circumstances.
5 years of Badlapur: I thought the film won’t appeal to Varun Dhawan, says Sriram Raghavan
Writer-director Sriram Raghavan said the subject of the dark thriller was a bigger risk than casting Dhawan in the lead.