The Intouchables: A Movie Review

All barriers and divides are meant to be broken, all differences to be accepted. And this film celebrates it in a way like no other has, making it a must watch for all. A multiple award winning film, The Intouchables has got all the elements to make each one of us feel we can all be better with a little bit of love.


Chaitra: Film screening and discussion

Celluloid-The Film Society of Miranda House on the 7th of September organized a film screening of the National Award winning Marathi director Kranti Kanade. The first film viewed during the event was a National Award winning twenty-minute short film based on a story by G.A. Kulkarni which packs a beautiful message - that of common... Continue Reading →

An Indian Cult Classic: Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro

When one talks about Indian Cinema, the usual misconception of random song-and-dance sequence along with forced romances of Bollywood pop-culture dominates the screen. Although, amidst such monotonous mediocrity we sometimes stumble upon certain jewels which should be passed onto generations after. One such gem of a movie is 'Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro' (English: Just Let... Continue Reading →

Haraamkhor: Raw and Rare By Pranjal Karwal

2017 started with a lot of releases which looks promising irrespective of their budget. One of these movies is Haraamkhor, which released on 13th January 2017. Directed by Shlok Sharma, who has worked as Assistant Director to Anurag Kashyap in films like Gangs of Wasseypur and Dev D., Haraamkhor is yet another invention of realistic... Continue Reading →

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