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Set in the small-town of Bareilly, Bitti is a free-spirited young girl who lives life on her own terms and refuses to be pressured into getting married. Her life takes a shift when she meets Chirag Dubey and Pritam Vidrohi.
Set in the crowded by-lanes of small town India, Lipstick Under My Burkha chronicles the secret lives of four women in search of a little freedom. Though stifled and trapped in their worlds... See full summary »
Ratna Pathak Shah,
Konkona Sen Sharma
From the rough streets and back alleys of Central Mumbai comes the sensational true story of Arun Gawli, a man who scripted his own destiny, eventually going on to become one of India's most feared gangsters. Today he remains an enigmatic figure; at once a volatile, power-hungry criminal for some and the respected "Daddy" or a modern day Robin Hood for the working-class neighborhood he belongs to... See full summary »
MOM's the word for Sridevi in this family thriller!
MOM sees Sridevi play a mother for the third time after Judaai & English Vinglish, and a fierce one at that. The legendary actress leads the pack in this thriller and lending her a helping hand are supercop Akshaye Khanna and an unrecognizable private detective, Nawazuddin Siddiqui. This movie comes five years after English Vinglish and is a great example of Sridevi's choices as an actress. It seems only she could pull off such a sensitive yet strong performance. Giving her tough time is her daughter played by Pakistani actress Sajal Ali who gives a very good performance and so does Adnan Siddiqui, who plays the father. The movie is a great family thriller, a genre made famous by Drishyam. The thriller movie that deals with a sensitive issue does not try to be preachy and director Ravi Udyawar handles the subject maturely. A.R Rahman's music is not worth remembering but the background score also by A.R Rahman is outstanding. It complements the camera-work which is equally good. Some shots are too good. The movie does seem superficious at times but the smooth story-screenplay takes care of it. The movie is easily one of the finest movies this year.
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