From Raam Reddy's Thithi, Gurvinder Singh's Chauthi Koot, to Nagraj Manjule's Sairat, here are the best Indian films from 2016.
Sairat, Chauthi Koot, Tithi: Apart from Visaranai, a list of films that could have made the Oscars cut
Here are a few films from 2016 apart from Visaranai, which didn't make the Oscars cut, but had immense potential.
Chauthi Koot is a profound observation and comment on how a political and religious environment can impact the daily life of a commoner. Director Gurvinder Singh, a FTII alumnus, relies heavily on cinematographer Satyajit Rai Nagpaul’s evocative images to recreate the palpable and the unspoken violence.
Four-time National Award-winner Girish Kasaravalli has a pertinent point to make about why Baahubali shouldn't have won the Best Feature Film award.
The Q&A sessions after films playing at the JioMAMI Film Festival barely offer any surprise. That was not the case on Day 2.
JioMAMI Mumbai Film Festival gives a chance to see Hansal Mehta's Aligarh, which got a standing ovation at Busan Film Festival recently
Two Indian films Chauthi Koot and Masaan have made it to the Un Certain Regard section of this year's Cannes Film Festival.