Dilip Kumar was the first superstar of the Indian Cinema. He represented the Golden Era of the Indian film industry. The Salim-Anarkali love story that was made for the screen as this lavish and visually stunning production is just one of the films from the actor's grand repertoire. The legendary star enthralled audiences for over five decades with his class performances in 62 films. Dilip Kumar was truly the first method actor of Hindi cinema. Some of them who worked with him were quoted in film magazines back in that era about how he was a stickler for method acting. Before Marlon Brando (who was two years younger than Dilip Kumar), he made the method acting approach mainstream.
SYNOPSIS: Puaada is a romantic story of an unschooled village boy and an erudite MBA student and the obvious opposition of the two families for their alliance. forces.
SYNOPSIS: The story of a boxer and the struggles he faces on his journey to get to the national level competition.
SYNOPSIS: Bheem now stronger than ever is in the kingdom of China, participating in the emperor's annual martial art competition.
SYNOPSIS: Friendship and love between illegal immigrants struggling and facing challenges. Showing us that when it comes to the struggle of life, no border can divide human hearts and the love inside.
SYNOPSIS: This is a story about a young man called Arjun and his life struggling to get justice for him and his family.
SYNOPSIS: National award-winning director Nila Madhab Panda’s first Odia film, Kalira Atita (Yesterday’s Past), is based on true events about climate change and rising sea levels.
SYNOPSIS: A fairytale love story. A kind that stays with you forever. On the occasion of the 25th Anniversary of the timeless romance 'Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge', relive the magical moments, all over again.
‘Medium Spicy’ is
a journey of self-discovery through a motley bunch of endearing characters and
often humorous, engaging, slice of life situations. It is a character driven
romantic comedy about 30- somehting Nissim, a chef who works in Mumbai along
with the overtly gentle Prajakta and the vehemently defiant Gowri. He
over-analyses the assorted relationships around him and tries to steer his way
through making up his mind about career, love and marriage. Will he find the
secret sauce to a perfect relationship? Will he understand the complex recipe
that is marriage? Will he finally get off the fence?
SYNOPSIS: A man wakes up from his slumber, looking defeated in life. He gets up, steps out of his house. He stands outside a cigarette shop, smoking and casually looking around. Then he enters the fast food joint next door. He climbs on to the ledge of a deserted bridge and his phone rings. Rest is the story.
SYNOPSIS: Cheer Haran is an attempt to peep into the psyche of Haryana in the aftermath of Jaat Reservation Agitation 2016. It's an attempt to decipher the two words Jaat and Reservation and understand why the agitation, all of a sudden, turned horribly violent. Whether the brutality that occurred could have been averted?
SYNOPSIS: The film is a love story highlighting the frustration and anguish of the younger generation affected by the forced decisions of their elders. The film is about a love triangle between Veena Malik, Babrik Shah and the new actor Adnan Khan.
SYNOPSIS: Mara Pappa Superhero is about a 9 year old girl's struggle to establish that her father is a superhero. She takes it as a challenge to convince everybody that her father is a superhero.
SYNOPSIS: Three lives of autistic children, explored through their day-to-day lived reality, to unpack their world; and bring about a nuanced understanding so we can all co-exist with love and respect.
SYNOPSIS: Someday is a story of two women, united by the umbilical cord, separated by a door. They share conversations from the past and the future with no present to tie them. Some real, some imaginary.
Their togetherness oscillating between what was, what can’t be, and what may just be SOMEDAY.
SYNOPSIS: Every girl dreams of a happily ever after. But what if the happily ever after is only a myth and the harsh reality is actually something else?
SYNOPSIS: Women are supposed to be equal to men yet their sexuality is often ignored in Indian society. This hypocrisy is addressed through the film.
SYNOPSIS:Kishan, 17, wavers between his own desires and his family's hopes for him. He has to make a choice: should he live a predictable life in his remote Himalayan village or migrate to the city?