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".
A 64-year old chef falls in love with a 34-old woman. Their love story presents you a lovely dish. A dish with the right amount of salt, the right amount of spice, and the right of amount 'cheeni kum'.
Week 1: Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa Everything is fair in love and war. A motto Sunil completely relies on when it comes to winning his love. Sunil does not hesitate to speak ill of Anna to win her. Nor does he shy away from procuring a fake report card to cover his failure in the exam. In short, Sunil is a little cockamamie devil. But still, we love him.
Beginning of a short journey of looking at Indian movies with a strong story that left a mark on us.