Review: Angry Indian Goddesses (2015)

Disclaimer: This review was first published on 3 August, 2018 on The Exploring Beauty under the title Angry Indian Goddesses: Film Review. The video is taken from T-Series. ‘Angry Indian Goddesses', such a joyous relief! The film is one of those rare Indian films that features a group of real women—women who could be you and me—bonding, living,… Continue reading Review: Angry Indian Goddesses (2015)

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Review: October (2018)

There are some films which are known for their mass production costs and are only meant for entertainment. Then there are some films, which are slightly offbeat and yet receive appreciation from the critics and film lovers. Then in between those two, there are some movies which touches your heart. October (2018) is one such… Continue reading Review: October (2018)

Review: Village Rockstars – A Refreshing Tale of Unsinkable Dream

Winning Best Feature Film 'Swarna Kamal' award at the 65th National Film Award, which took place at New Delhi on April 13, 2018, Rima Das’ Village Rockstars became the second Assamese film to grab award after Jahnu Barua's film Halodhia Choraye Baodhan Khai (The Catastrophe) in 1988. The film took three more awards on the… Continue reading Review: Village Rockstars – A Refreshing Tale of Unsinkable Dream

Review: Mother!

Mother! is among the most controversial films released in 2017. The film, a psychological horror written and directed by Darren Aronofsky, includes the star cast Jennifer Lawrence, and Javier Bardem as its main characters. I have interpreted the film’s story after watching the film and an interview that Aronofsky gave. Darren Aronofsky hasn’t given any… Continue reading Review: Mother!

Review: Masaan

This review contains spoilers. Reader discretion is advised. Masaan, an Indian indie film directed by Neeraj Ghaywan, is one of the finest masterpieces that I have seen in film-making in India. The cinematography is exceptionally great in terms of framing and lighting. The film’s portrayal of life, death, struggle and all tiny moments that haunt… Continue reading Review: Masaan