Writer-Director Alankrita Shrivastava has lots to say about female desire, empowerment, and struggles. And she does.
Writer-director Anoop Sathyan debuts with a feel-good movie that just may fill the lack of good folks in your stuck-at-home life right now.
Writer-director Arati Kadav launches her debut movie with a wildly inventive idea, but eventually spins it into a humdrum orbit.
Director-writer and ace editor Mahesh Narayan executes a taut thriller that’s breathless in pace, and when he permits you to exhale, it’s with tears in your eyes.
Director Nitin Kakkar pays a quiet, moving tribute to the circus and its descent into extinction, even as he spotlights a horrific struggle that’s all too pervasive in these times.
‘Bandish Bandits’ boasts of director Anand Tiwari’s richly hued canvas, a fine cast, and terrific music by Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy. The shortcomings don’t matter after a point.
Director Sharan Sharma keeps emotions running on an even keel in his likeable and warm-hearted look at Gunjan Saxena’s flights (and per the IAF, gender-fights) of fancy.
Debut director Honey Trehan lays out his movie on a multi-hued slow burn track that, as long as it stays on it, singes and haunts.
Director Anu Menon keeps it light and pacy, not pausing even she ought to have. But with Vidya Balan around, an enigma becomes humane.
‘Breathe: Into the Shadows’ takes an elaborate, weary, textbook approach to the serial-killer genre. You’ll be excused for yawning.