An analysis on one of the most controversial films of the year- Padmaavat by The Common Pictures.
In a year star studded with quality films which flopped, why was the year 2017 hailed as the year of content driven small films which hit the bull's eye?
Thor's home planet Asgard is in danger, which is prophesied to be destroyed in the apocalyptic event Ragnarok. And now it is the duty of Thor to save his home and people, that is, Asgard.
Newton mirrored Satyapriya in their shared staunch belief of their sense of duty and an infallible morality. But our reflections are also not same as us. They represent the same side of the same coin yet are different from each other.
We take our relationships on their face value and do not appreciate its worth. Then it is too late to do anything and it is gone forever. Manam (Us) attempts to appreciate this very importance of human relationships and their love amidst them.
Are there possibly any other solutions for making the guilty 'regret' his crime, develop 'remorse', 'repent' over his misdeeds and ultimately 'reform' outside jails? Dulal Guha's Dushmun strives for an answer to this very pertinent question.
Love comes in myriad forms. But is love so simple that it can be defined by names and relationships. What about all those nameless relationships that thrive in our world? Shakti Samanta's Amar Prem seeks to answer all this and much more.
An unemployed youth securing a fortune over a single night by kidnapping a rich drunk man and taking his position at the palatial hotel "Pushpak".