In Titli and Mukti Bhawan, Lalit Behl's binary portrayals of two fathers who cast a tall shadow on their sons
Lalit Behl's demise is a reminder of his performance in Mukti Bhawan, which made one believe death can be dignified even when the road leading to it is full of missteps and potholes. It is a useful thought in the current time.
A known stage actor, Lalit began his career directing and producing Doordarshan telefilms like Tapish, Aatish, Sunehri Jild and worked on the TV show Afsane as an actor.
PIFF 2018: First edition of festival to open with Félicité; Adil Hussain to present What Will People Say
The lineup at PIFF's first edition includes National Award-winning films like Mayurakshi and Reservation, as well as a talk on acting by Adil Hussain
Before Tumbbad, Soni, a look at other Indian films that premiered at Venice Film Festival — from Aparajito to Court
The Venice International Film Festival 2018 is scheduled to be held from 29 August to 8 September.
Like Sanju, the father-son equations cover a gamut of emotions to tell compelling cinematic stories in international cinema and Hindi films.
Kashi Labh: Rajat Nayyar's film draws a compelling portrait of those who breathe their last in Varanasi
Rajat Nayyar spent years documenting the dying, and their families, in Kashi. A film based on his research and experiences, Kashi Labh, is an ethnographic study of death and its process.
Anna MM Vetticad gives out awards to the best film, performers, writers, music and technicians of 2017.
Anna Vetticad's pick of 2017’s best Bollywood films released in theatres is dominated by little indies.
Pankaj Tripathi in Newton to Akshaye Khanna in Ittefaq — Bollywood's breakthrough performances in 2017
This year, big Bollywood stars were overshadowed by stand-out or breakthrough performances.
Dharamshala International Film Festival 2017 screened films like Shubhashish Bhutia's Mukti Bhawan and Konkona Sen Sharma's A Death In The Gunj.
The Dharamshala International Film Festival will have a range of films screened this year - Mukti Bhawan, A Death in the Gunj, Machines, Village Rockstar, to name a few.
Adil Hussain on returning to theatre, his experience on working on Mukti Bhawan and getting typecast in Bollywood.
This is the most significant achievement of Shubhashish Bhutiani’s debut feature Mukti Bhawan is how he deals with the inevitability of death.
Mukti Bhawn premiered at the Venice International Film Festival, where 25-year-old Bhutiani was awarded the Prix Enrico Fulchignoni by the UNESCO jury. It stars Adil Hussain, Lalit Behl and will release in April.
Shubhashish Bhutiani's Mukti Bhawan is about a man who wishes to die in Varanasi, and his relationship with his son