Category: Indian Films

Read about some of the finest films of Indian film industry, not necessarily Bollywood but many regional films of different languages.

“Freddy” (Teaser): Kartik Aaryan portrays a shy and psychotic dentist

The teaser of the upcoming Hindi-language thriller “Freddy” just dropped, and it looks interesting with Kartik Aaryan as a lonely and shy dentist named Dr. Freddy Ginwala, whose life is a mystery. The film “Freddy,” directed by Shashanka Ghosh and produced by Balaji Telefilms and Northern Lights Films, is described as an edge-of-your-seat thriller. Freddy […]

“Days Left Behind” – A Hindi Language Zombie Short Film

Zeeshan Ali Dossa’s Hindi language zombie short film “Days Left Behind” has achieved something that many Indian feature-length films have failed to deliver in the genre. The film follows the struggle of a man who is striving to survive in a post-apocalyptic India. Movie Synopsis: A man struggles to survive in a post-apocalyptic India, where […]

Trailer: Aparna Sen’s New Film “The Rapist”

The trailer of National Award-winning director Aparna Sen’s new film “The Rapist” is out and it gives glimpses of a hard-hitting drama that examines how much of society is responsible for producing rapists. The film stars Konkona Sensharma, Arjun Rampal, and Tanmay Dhanania in prominent roles, and is set to be premiered at the Busan […]

‘Ginny Weds Sunny’ (Review) – An Unoriginal Bollywood Rom-com

Director Puneet Khanna’s debut Netflix Hindi romantic comedy film ‘Ginny Weds Sunny’ is a typical Bollywood “boy-meets-girl” story that is no unique a tale, at least for those who follow Indian rom-com. From the very beginning, the film is too predictable although you enjoy a few of its witty scenes. For those of us who […]

Bobby Deol’s Netflix Film Class of ’83 (Trailer)

Starring Bobby Deol in lead, Netflix’s upcoming India original movie Class of ’83 is based on Hussain Zaidi’s The Class of 83: The Punishers of Mumbai Police that will take us back into a time when the city Mumbai was plagued by underworld gangsters like Dawood Ibrahim, Iqbal Kaskar and Chhota Rajan. Streaming on 21st […]

‘Axone’ Movie Review: A Story on Being Treated as an ‘Outsider’ in Your Country

Netflix India drama ‘Axone’ (pronounced akhuni) is an honest depiction of the everyday struggle of North East people living in Delhi. While it can be any other Indian metros where some people consider migrants as outsiders and treat them badly because they are different (in terms of looks, language, and culture), we in general conveniently […]

‘Spotless’ – A Short Film About an Acid Attack Survivor

The short film ‘Spotless’, starring acclaimed Bollywood singer Sonu Nigam, follows a very sensitive issue by bringing the topic of acid attack victims and their sufferings throughout their lives while they try to come to terms with such horrific incidents. While ‘Spotless’ does not dive deep into the physical sufferings of the victim or the […]

Gulabo Sitabo (Movie Review) – A Humorous, Yet Tragic Satire

Amazon Prime’s latest Hindi film “Gulabo Sitabo” is a social satire hitting hard on human nature and how our greed drives us to unexpected and unfortunate consequences. Directed by Shoojit Sircar, while most of us would like to watch the film for its stellar cast, including Amitabh Bachchan and Ayushmann Khurrana, it is the story […]

‘Sound of Silence’ (2017) – Deep in Philosophy

“Sound of Silence”, directed by Dr. Bijukumar Damodaran, is a beautiful philosophical movie that takes us into an inner journey with a realization that there are endless unspoken words in silence. As one of the monks says in the film: “The words we speak are not all-important. What is important is to hear the unspoken […]

‘Virus’ – No Disaster Can Defeat Us

The Malayalam-language thriller ‘Virus’ is based on real events during the 2018 Nipah virus outbreak in the tiny south Indian state of Kerala that claimed 17 lives. The story is primarily set in the city of Kozhikode, where the first case was reported. Directed by Aashiq Abu (known for films like Salt N’ Pepper, 22 […]

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