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Love, the most beautiful emotion in all living creatures that God has made knows no bar, caste or boundaries, is the central theme of Fandry. A young lad (Jabya) falls in love with his ... See full summary »
'Family Katta' is the story of a splintered family, at the head of which are Bhai and Malati, a couple celebrating their golden jubilee wedding anniversary. Their children and grandchildren... See full summary »
A mischievous boy, living with his grandmother in a village that people believe is haunted, meets the ghost "Bhutya". How the "Bhutya" transforms the boy's character and the whole village in the process, forms the rest of the story.
Dnyanesh and Mukta are siblings who with their mother and grandmother live in the pilgrim town of Pandharpur, Maharashtra. The title's eponymous 'Elizabeth' is a bicycle that is gifted to ... See full summary »
REDU is a story of TATU and his family, set in the mid 1970's. Tatu, a short tempered, irate middle-aged man living in a small village, is fascinated and curious to see a radio, a small ... See full summary »
A film about desires and the yearning for the unattainable, Half Ticket is a story of two slum kids who are fascinated with the arrival of a new pizza shop in their locality. Expensive beyond their means, they long to try one. But, fate has a different game in store for them. Weaving a story of myriad relationships in the world of the Have Nots, Half Ticket interlaces the story of the kids' desires for a Pizza with a mother's desire to bring her husband back home and a low-rent thug's desire for easy money. The film also metaphorically accounts the world of the 'Haves' and their desire for the little things in lives that eludes them and the desires invoked by television, which teaches us to salivate over things we never knew, otherwise existed. ln a world divided, the desires explored through the film showcase a world filled with expectations and aspirations - an entry ticket to an Exclusive Club.Written by
Film takes one to ghettos of the poorest of the poor of India and reveals that children here too have same strengths,weaknesses ,dreams and Rubaab self respect as all others anywhere! Two children have a father who is in jail ,a sub judice tragedy .Mother toils for survival as Grandmother tries to keep Amber's of Dreams and self respect alive in two tender souls .Kids collect railway coals to survive.They see and dream of eating pizza and story meanders with this thread .The efforts and failures and ghetto goons and Rich Who can buy anything is revealed in each frames.The end ,if you filter off the sentimental colours and recollect all the lyrics written by Kshitijj Patwardhan reveal to you The Original Rubaab manifest in the kids in subtlest form !Kudos to cinematography which does not make you ashamed as so many have been doing filming Indian ghettos till now.Rest of the team and actors take a bow !For us let us be more empathetic as citizens , NGO,police lawyers social leaders to those less endowed ! Remember they have same Rubaab as You have!
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