The 21st New York Indian Film Festival will run virtually from 4 to 13 June
Sir movie review: Rohena Gera’s film is a masterful romantic drama about a domestic worker and her employer
The commentary in Sir is rooted as much in the condescension of its affluent characters as it is in the electric tension between Ratna and Ashwin.
Leto movie review: Kirill Serebrennikov's livewire musical biopic on Kino’s Viktor Tsoi exudes a joyous sense of freedom
The story of Leto's production is a haunting mirror to the film’s own take on artistic movement as response to authoritarianism.
Rohena Gera's Sir wins Best Film, Tilottama Shome bags Best Actress award at New York Indian Film Festival 2019
The story of Sir revolves around an unlikely attraction between a man and his maid servant.
Sridevi, Shashi Kapoor to be honoured at New York Indian Film Festival with English Vinglish, Heat and Dust screenings
The New York Indian Film Festival opens on 7 May with Nude, a Marathi-language film directed by Ravi Jadhav.
A Death In The Gunj will hit the screens in India on 2 June.
Konkona Sen Sharma won the Best Director award for her directorial debut A Death In The Gunj and the Best Actress award for Lipstick Under My Burkha.
Actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui, who has bagged the Best Actor award at the New York Indian Film Festival (NYIFF) for Haraamkhor, says he feels honoured.
There's a little bit of Fargo, a hint of The Killing and a lot of red herrings in Ugly. It's not a startling original film in either concept or execution, and the pace falters.
However, for many, the main attraction of this year's NYIFF is its opening film, Kashyap's Ugly. Ugly was shown at Cannes Film Festival last year and reportedly received a standing ovation.