Search Result for “Chauthi Koot”

The imagery in Gurvinder Singh’s Chauthi Koot (The Fourth Direction) feels quite random at times. There are prolonged shots of farmed-green fields, rural roads, the front & back of a house, flies buzzing and rains falling outside as your look at it from inside the house in consideration. To a normal cinegoer this might seem like an exercise in ambiguous experimentalism. But to someone who wishes to consume cinema in its rawest and most delicately carved form, Chauthi Koot will transform you into the house and fill you with fear of an event that had happened almost 3 decades ago.
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Punjabi Cinema

With Punjabi Cinema finally outgrowing the obsession with Balle-Balle and Bhangra, offbeat cinema is fast making inroads with a bountiful crop of middle cinema that mixes realism and entertainment well. …
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Milestone - Meel Pathar (3) - highonfilms

The vagaries of the unorganized transport sector bristle through Ivan Ayr’s second directorial feature, Milestone (Meel Patthar). Make no mistake, however, to presume that the film is shaped solely as …
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Thondimuthalum Driksakshiyum (2017)

Indian cinema in the last decade (2010s) would be remembered for the best non-Hindi and independent movies getting the reach and much-deserved attention within the millennial audience. The mainstream Bollywood …
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If I could describe 2016 in three words it would be – Poetry, grief and terror. The three recurring themes ran through almost all of the films on this list. …
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The 15 Best Indian Films of 2016: How many have you seen ?
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