Inspired by Nobel laureate Elias Canetti's book, 'Crowds and Power', the documentary captures the excitement, the madness and the noise behind the high- octane poll battle in the holy city ... See full summary »
Salim has been born lame, and lives with his mom, dad, and a sister who is old enough to be married. He and his dad search around for a suitable groom for her, and he meets Aslam. Salim ... See full summary »
One of the best, if not the best piece of cinema from India
The movie takes you on a prolific and entertaining journey which will not make sense to in it's entire length. Only a true masterpiece of cinematic excellence can bind you throughout its totality, without making any apparent or hidden sense. Watch it and enjoy it, its probably the most "Indian" movie you will ever watch. Surreal experience of the highest quality put together and woven into what can be called a simple narrative of common people of a town. It offers everyone their share of takings whatever they can take, sarcastic will find their dark sarcasm, surrealists will discover unreal happenings, critics will find their charm and common people will find their head spun, the move has everything to offer, yet it claims of nothing. A must watch movie which clearly symbolizes the shear art of cinema making. 10/10 without a shade of doubt.
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