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Ritesh Batra’s debut feature The Lunchbox is a film about desperate loneliness shared by two strangers—Saajan Fernandez, a grumpy widower who is about to opt for voluntary retirement; and Ila, …
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Returning to grass-root indie grounds, Vikramaditya Motwane’s Trapped is a pretty basic survival film. What makes it interesting is the survival that doesn’t go behind locked closets, coffins or even terrible forest terrains, but right in the heart of the city that never sleeps – Mumbai.
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The 2017 Sundance Film Festival has drawn to a close, and this might have been the wildest year I’ve attended yet. Not only were there too many great films to …
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In Taylor Sheridan I trust. The last two years have seen Sheridan provide some of the most tough, hard-hitting scripts with Sicario and Hell or High Water. Nobody makes bad-ass …
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Kaul will be celebrated as an unconventional film done right. It is a milestone film in Indian cinema which will have a cult status in the near future.
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My weekend trip to Mumbai just to attend MAMI was surely a good one as it feels like the kid-in-a-candy-store, watching world cinema on silver screen back to back and …
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