STORY: A progressive girl married to a teacher from a very traditional and patriarchal family, finds herself stuck into the gender bias of the home. The family is so patriarchal that her mother-in-law hands the toothbrush to her husband, the father-in-law, in the morning for him to brush his teeth. The men eat their meals first and leave the place a mess without consideration or concern for how the women can eat food at the same place after them. How will the progressive protagonist find her way through the age old mannerisms and practices? What will be her story? To know more, watch The Great Indian Kitchen on Filme.
When the body of a powerful business woman disappears from the morgue, the inspector in charge hunts for the truth. But when he questions her husband he realizes that there is much more to the case than meets the eye.
Aisha Chaudhary narrates the story of her parents Moose (her mother) and Panda (her father) from the afterlife. Aditi Chaudhary and Niren are a young couple who come from different backgrounds; Aditi is from a salubrious suburb in South Delhi whereas Niren is from a grounded middle-class family. The couple are in love and have "an active sex life", according to Aisha's narration. The couple get married and Aditi becomes pregnant with their first child Tanya Chaudhary, who dies within months of her birth due to the severe combined immunodeficiency condition. Baby Tanya was frequently ill and, while Aditi was convinced it was a serious issue, Niren dismissed it as trivial. Niren believed negligence was the reason Tanya could not be treated sooner and blamed himself for the death of his child. As Aditi mourned the death of her child, she was consoled by a Catholic nun and decided to be baptized.
Aditi and Niren have a second child named Ishaan. A few years later, Aditi bore their third child, a girl named Aisha. They later learn Aisha has the same medical condition as their first child and are heartbroken. After the doctors in Delhi give up on Aisha's treatment, the couple go to London where they learn the disease could be treated with a very costly bone marrow transplant. Niren starts working to earn the money while also asking for crowdfunding via a radio station. After several weeks, they learn several people have donated money for Aisha's treatment. The surgery is successful but Aisha is kept under doctor's watch. Aditi decides to stay in London while Niren returns to India with his family and his son Ishaan. Aditi grows overprotective of Aisha, cleaning the apartment and other items to keep Aisha away from any infection. Ishaan starts missing his mother while Niren is always thinking about Aditi and Aisha. This also starts affecting Aditi and Niren's relationship as Aditi is always occupied with Aisha and taking care of her. Months go by and Niren goes to London and asks Aditi to move back to India so that their relationship is not affected. He reasons with Aditi on the grounds that Aisha had gotten better and occasional doctor's visit can be done in India as well. Aditi tells him that they have to live here for a very long time as per doctor's recommendation till Aisha's condition is cured. The whole family moves here permanently till Aisha is cured. Niren's career grows in London and he becomes rich and their family becomes affluent. What happened to Aisha later? Watch Sky Is Pink to know!
Priyanka Chopra shot for the movie until 4 days before her wedding.
Zaira Wasim (Aisha) requested the producers to keep her away from films promotion as she had decided to quit films.
An interesting story of a young boy named Surya who possesses a very rare condition of Congenital Insensitivity to pain. Which means, he literally can’t feel pain. Owing to his unique ability, he sets out to learn martial arts and then begins hunt down muggers, with an aim to become a household superhero.
Young Surya is born with a strange physical condition under very tragic circumstances. He is diagnosed with a very unique and rare medical condition called Congenital insensitivity to pain and is tended to by an extra odd combo of his father and his mischievous grandfather referred to as Ajoba.
While his school life is difficult as he is the boy who doesn't get hurt and is always picked on by the bullies, Surya somehow finds an unlikely ally in his neighbour named Supri. When at home, Surya learns to cater to his own wounds that don’t give him pain and then binges for a large time on martial arts films tapes, with all thanks to his grandfather's unique tutelage.
The one special tape that always mesmerizes young Surya is about 100-man karate kumite that is fought by a mysterious one-legged man called The Karate Mani. With budding enthusiasm to do something right in the society, Surya’s first foray into vigilantism is to come to the aid of his ally Supri, against her abusive father, but that entire event leads to the family being evicted from the building that was the only shelter to their family and Surya and Supri get estranged as children.
Their ways get separate with each one finding purpose and mentorship in unusual circumstances of their own. Ajoba encourages Surya to pursue his hidden passion secretly & Surya trains himself by watching more and more of VHS videos. At the same time, Supri gets fully trained by The Karate Mani whom she meets when she accidentally bumps into his scooter.
What would happen next? Would Surya and Supri meet again? To know more about this entertaining action flick, watch Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota, only on Filme.
The movie writer-director Vasan Bala was inspired to make this movie by observing a kid at a dentist's clinic.
A young dancer with determination to bring traditional bhangra to the grand global stage, prepares for an international competition where he meets a strong a rival with dreams of her own. How would their journey be and would he get to fulfil his dream?
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In a grim and dusty battlefield showing during the ongoing World War II, a soldier managed to pull up a dhol (drums), and start beating out a Punjabi tune. His song, full of energy and enthusiasm, rejuvenates his worn out company charge once again into battle. Actor Sunny Kaushal plays the soldier and then in the next scene directly cuts to a modern day college set up in the historic city of Amritsar, where girls are shown auditioning for a spot in a blockbuster Bhangra troupe. Not to a surprise, actor Sunny Kaushal is the lead dancer of that very troupe.
The story-screen play written by Dheeraj Rattan’s brings about a deep connection between two characters – Captaan from the 1940s and Jaggi Singh from 2019. Jaggi who is a Part time DJ, is shown highly interested in qualifying for a Bhangra competition which is to be held in London. He is of the thought that doing so will somehow give him and his country a chance to celebrate his dear departed grandfather’s (Captaan) legacy of Bhangra.
The moment he spots Simi dancing up a storm at a wedding he thinks he has found the perfect female counterpart. However, the bubbling romantic journey turns toxic when Jaggi discovers that Simi is in fact a member of the rival college’s troupe, with equal ambition so as his. She is someone, who too wants a spot on the Bhangra Battle in London in order to put some personal vendetta to rest.
Bhangra Paa le is a film that gets a much-needed boost of energy when the entire action shifts to Jaggi’s hometown, where he cobbles and stitches together an earthy set of dancers, called Pendu Club, to fulfil his dream. The Bhangra Battle in London is the setting for the final showdown. What will happen next? What turn will Jaggi and Simi’s romance take? To know more watch Bhangraa Pa le today on Filme!
The movie revolves around the lead, Devraj (Naskshraj) who comes from a humble background. Aspiring to become an IPS officer to welcome change in the society with grace, he works hard to achieve his dream. However, the corrupted system and a network of utterly powerful people keep creating hurdles for him one after the another. Tired of the stress and pressure, Devraj, on finding himself helpless in the midst of this misery, he rebels against the system and tries to change it in his own way and by using his own weapon. The movie is full of drama and intense action that is set with a native touch. What will happen to Devraj? How will he force his rebel? To know more watch Babubhai Sentimental on Filme.
Aloof and isolated in his life, a vulnerable husband resorts to social media to take advice on his disintegrating marriage. With time, it dawns that it was a bad Idea. Within no time, he realizes the perils of sharing too much information online and starts looking at its adversity. What happens next? Does the brutal world of social media consume more from him? To know more watch Social media murder society on Filme./em>
CAST : Jason Wilder, Sana Saeed, Warwick Young
DIRECTOR : Abhishek Shukla
It is widely said that, if ever Indian cinema and the world were waiting for a futuristic movie which aptly addresses the current social as well as security issues linked to the utilization or over usage of technology – especially by members of Gen Z, then this movie is an apt representation of it.
It is heartening to see the likes of Director/Writer Dr. Abhishek Shukla venturing into making futuristic movies such as Social Media Murder Society that reflects the current situation in broad light and hence he deserves all the applause and encouragement for his vivid perception of the current times.
One of a kind, this movie is a refreshing change from the routine of Bollywood romance or comedy and is sure to set the audience thinking as well as potentially lead them to re-think their strategy or views towards application and utilization of social media."
The powerful storyline that remains as the heart of the movie was written well before the Facebook–Cambridge Analytica data breach and data leak incident that took place owing to which millions of Facebook users' personal data was harvested without consent by Cambridge Analytica, predominantly to be used for political advertising globally. It is the largest known leak in Facebook history and that gives the perfect touch to the story line of social media murder society movie.
This film follows a single day into the life of a very highly spirited and energetic teenager, Vivek who goes forward to do a very small and insignificant crime such as a initiating a mark of "protest". However, this leads to her striking a very usual and unexpected friendship with a very well-behaved, always saving the day, head boy of her school named Ashwin
What Are The Odds, is a film that shows the sweet slice of a life. It talks about the lives of two school kids belonging to the city of Mumbai. Lead characters, Vivek (Yashaswini Dayama) and Ashwin (Karanvir Malhotra) are to appear for a Hindi scholarship exam when they don’t even know each other. While Vivek is the rebellious one and edgy who always protests against an education to gender-conforming names, Ashwin is the charming head boy of the school with ‘a perfect face’ and leads a life with no issues and confrontations. However, everything goes in the other way when she decides to play Passengers on him and steals the admit cards of them both. This paves a way towards them to spend an entire day together and later become friends.
As soon as they step out of the school premises, craziness begins to seep in and we hit peak of the film. This is where senior citizens dance in the streets in red colored tracksuits, women with bob cut hair create ‘art’ with people wearing pastel outfits, kids start acting like adults and the very adults start to act like kids. Throughout all of this, the cinematography of the film continues to stay exquisite. Gorgeously symmetrical wide shots make for almost 90% of the run time and letters and random items land right in the middle of your screen. And there are so many people in costumes. While one dresses up as a bush in a forest, another one goes on to put on a bear’s mascot suit at a club and the very choir kids go ahead to put on the joker’s red nose. It all looks very pretty and gives you a tonne of lovely screenshots for your film review which you will be tempted to write after watching this classic, but other than that, it serves small purpose. Interesting enough? Watch now to explore the odds!
Dhruv an aspirant IAS officer, takes a private loan from a company in order to buy a car in order to woo the girl he loves, Sakshi. Soon enough, life turns upside down for him as he is unable to pay back the loan and the car is seized. From then on, begins Dhruv's encounters with today's super materialistic girls (where money comes above love), the finance company, the system and a hardened criminal named Minocha.