KD review: A journey back into childhood with two fantastic and lively characters
Entertaining, witty and sparkling with chemistry, Madhumita Sundararaman's little film is a cinematic treat.
Chintu Ka Birthday review: A six-year-old's birthday party descends into chaos in war-torn Iraq
Co-directors Satyanshu and Devyanshu present an Indian family stranded in Baghdad trying to make the best of their circumstances in this uneven film set in 2004.
Mera Ram Kho Gaya review: Keeps oscillating between documentary and fiction
The film features three tracks that are poles apart but have a common point in the form of the current socio-political scenario.
Lihaaf review: Ismat Chughtai gets the Manto treatment, weakly
Rahat Kazmi weaves in Chughtai's life during her infamous trial for obscenity with her story Lihaaf, but without the passion and humanity that drove both.
Despite 10 editions under its belt, Jagran festival continues to be chaotic and harrowing for fans
The travelling festival's tenth edition began in Delhi on 18 July and ended in Mumbai on 29 September.