Makarand Mane's Poraga Majetay to be premiered at Pune International Film Festival
Makers of Vakeel Saab unveil special Women's Day poster
Madhur Bhandarkar wraps up India Lockdown shoot
Sonakshi Sinha makes web-series debut as rough-and-ready cop
Women’s Day hasn’t reached rural India, points out Prajakta Mali
Kosa review: A brutal reality of India that disappears in a media black hole
Mohit Priyadarshi’s debut film tells a tale of unimaginable cruelty that continues to torment remote areas of the country peopled by aboriginal tribes.
Nenjam Marappathillai review: A wildly amusing but predictable horror thriller
Though the film treads a familiar path as a horror thriller, it stands out on account of some eccentric writing that only Selvaraghavan could do justice to.
The festival feeling has not lessened, says Asian Women's Film Festival director Deepti Khurana
The annual festival, which began yesterday, is free and taking place virtually this time. It ends tomorrow, but the films will be open for viewing for 48 hours after they are made available.
Hasyam review: When dark comedy meets family drama
The film, the latest in Jayaraj's Navarasa series, falls short, however, in the technical department and lacks visual appeal.
Biriyaani review: Raw portrayal of social realities of the oppressed
Sajin Baabu’s third directorial venture is a multi-layered and powerful social critique.
Cinestaan Curates: Cuddly is an endearing ode to the unwavering love of mothers
Directed by Karan Shetty, the five-minute short film captures the nuances of a mother-daughter relationship.
Churuli review: Cryptic tale laced with magical realism
The film, which breaks barriers and explores new frontiers, challenges conventional movie formulae.