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Director:
Writers:
Konkona Sen Sharma
Disha Rindani (additional screenplay)
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Release Date:
2 June 2017 (India) See more »
Genre:
Plot:
Life for a shy young Indian student slowly falls to pieces during a family road trip. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Lovingly crafted movie See more (24 total) »

Cast

 
Chandram Bhagat ... Maniya's Friend

Gulshan Devaiah ... Nandu

Kalki Koechlin ... Mimi
Shimanti Kumari ... Manjari's Friend
Canteen Majid ... Mr. Curney

Vikrant Massey ... Shutu
Utam Mishra ... Post Office Clerk
Ashok Pathak ... Maniya
Promila Pradhan ... Purnima

Om Puri ... O.P. Bakshi, Uncle

Jim Sarbh ... Brian

Aparna Sen ... Shutu's mother (voice)
Arya Sharma ... Tani
Nina Sharma ... Mrs. Mckenzie

Tillotama Shome ... Bonnie

Ranvir Shorey ... Vikram

Tanuja ... Aunty, Anupama Bakshi (as Tanuja Mukherjee)
Kitty Texeira ... Kitty
Virginia Vacho ... Mrs. Curney
Saraswati Devi Wishkarma ... Manjari

Directed by
Konkona Sen Sharma 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Disha Rindani  additional screenplay
Konkona Sen Sharma 

Produced by
Ashish Bhatnagar .... producer
Raagii Bhatnagar .... producer
Abhishek Chaubey .... producer
Smriti Jain .... executive producer
Madhulika Jalali .... line producer
Gaurav Mishra .... executive producer
Neil Patel .... co-producer
Vijay Kumar Swami .... producer
Honey Trehan .... producer
 
Original Music by
Sagar Desai 
 
Cinematography by
Sirsha Ray 
 
Film Editing by
Manas Mittal 
Aarif Sheikh 
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Heeral Gandhi .... second assistant director
Chetana Kowshik .... first assistant director
 
Sound Department
Abhinav Agnihotri .... associate re-recording mixer
Afsar Baig .... boom operator
Ateesh Chattopadhyay .... sound editor
Vishnu Das .... music scoring mixer
Dhruv Parekh .... associate re-recording mixer
Akshay Patil .... associate re-recording mixer
Bhaskar Roy .... re-recording mixer
Kunal Sharma .... sound designer
Santosh Verma .... location sound recordist
Varun Visoi .... foley recording
 
Visual Effects by
Ram Dhumne .... Compositing Head
Anshul Mathuria .... visual effects supervisor
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Parnil Vishwasrao .... making of
Parnil Vishwasrao .... photographer
 
Casting Department
Taran Bajaj .... associate casting director
Akash Mishra .... casting associate
 
Editorial Department
Aaron Caeiro .... assistant editor
Prathamesh Chande .... assistant editor
Arnav Das .... assistant editor
Sumeet Kotian .... associate editor
 
Music Department
Chandram Bhagat .... playback singer
Shimanti Kumari .... playback singer
Promila Pradhan .... playback singer
Rajdweep .... lyricist
 
Other crew
Rimal Arora .... production coordinator
Atul Mongia .... acting workshop director
Sameer Kumar Sharma .... Creative executive
Vishal Srivastava .... Making of Content Writer & Post Supervisor
 
Thanks
Nitin Baid .... special thanks
Kireet Khurana .... special thanks
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Самоубийца" - Russia
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Runtime:
110 min
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Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1 See more »

Did You Know?

Trivia:
The voice that reads out the letter while the kabaddi match is being played, is the voice of actor-director Aparna Sen who is the mother of the director Konkona Sen Sharma. Her voice is also heard over the telephone when she talks to her screen-son ShutuSee more »
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9 out of 12 people found the following review useful.
Lovingly crafted movie, 10 June 2017
Author: Ashwin Hegde from India

This is a little gem of a movie, with pitch perfect casting, excellent pacing and very competent direction.

The movie takes you to a world of languid indolence as an extended family vacations at a once grand but now somewhat derelict Anglo-Indian hamlet. There are little stories within, mostly pivoting around Kalki as the coquette - glimpses of illicit lust; and unrequited longing.

But in the middle of this happy dysfunction, there are jarring moments that tighten the little knot of dread-filled anticipation at the bottom of your heart. The title promised you a death and the opening scene reinforced that promise. You don't know who and you don't know why, you only know it's coming.

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