We look back at the fantastic national-award-winning documentary by Nishtha Jain.
Sudhish Kamath, who quit his job as a journalist and film critic with THE HINDU to develop scripts, writes about the perils and pitfalls of a screenwriting career in Bollywood.
Film Critic Rahul Desai looks back on some underrated works of conviction and truth in 2014; all of them largely independent, small and brave Hindi films that defied convention.
A difficult film to watch; not because of the disabilities it tries to deal with, but because of the abilities of its vastly intelligent and afflicted characters to recognise the concept of 'normalcy'.
Qissa bears a sinking stigmatic framework similar to Pakistani filmmaker Shoaib Mansoor’s groundbreaking 'BOL'—perhaps the highest compliment a social drama can be accorded these days.
Not many seem to have heard about Surkhaab, an independent well-acted Indo-Canadian tale about a Bhatinda-based Judo champ who illegally migrates to Toronto to live with her younger brother.