Total Titles at Criticker: 16 - You've Seen 0
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Titles You Haven't Rated (16)
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An Adivasi 13-year-old from Telangana becomes the youngest girl in history to climb Mount Everest. (imdb)
An aged lawyer copes with an unusual case of drama, deceit and lies.
Growing up poor in Madras, India, Srinivasa Ramanujan Iyengar earns admittance to Cambridge University during WWI, where he becomes a pioneer in mathematical theories with the guidance of his professor, G.H. Hardy. (imdb)
Explore the aftermath of an affair and a very unusual relationship and interactions between a professor, his paramour, and his family. (imdb)
Two youngsters & best friends - Kasi (Dulquer Salmaan) & Suni (Sunny Wayne) - take a road trip after Kasi loses his girlfriend Assi (Bala Hijam) after his conservative Muslim family opposes their relationship. What starts off as an aimless trip turns out to be a quest to get Assi back as Kasi & Suni make their way to Nagaland, Assi's home state.
A pregnant woman's search for her missing husband takes her from London to Kolkata, but everyone she questions denies having ever met her husband.
Manohar (Madhavan), an upwardly mobile middle class Indian, moves into a new flat - 13B on the 13th floor, with his family consisting of his wife, mother, sister, brother & sister-in-law. From the first day in their new home, the women are hooked on to a new TV show - 'Sab Khairiyat' (All's Well). The show is about a family eerily similar to theirs who have also just moved into a new house. As the TV show unfolds, all the incidents that happen in the show start happening to Manohar & his family.
A school-teacher in India sires a son named Gurukant, but is disappointed as the child fails to live up to his high expectations. When Gurukant grows up, he is unable to secure decent employment in India, so finds a way to go to Turkey, where he finds employment. When he returns back to India, he wants to start his own business, but is unable to do so, as he does not have enough money... (imdb)
The cathartic tale of a deaf, mute and blind girl, and her teacher who brings a ray of light into her world of BLACK. (imdb)
And the Show Goes on: Indian Chapter (1996) - TV Movie
And the Show Goes On is a constantly provocative, always lively, if a bit elliptical, evaluation of the first 100 years of Indian cinema....The assessment of each film that finds a mention in this hour-long documentary is coloured unmistakably by Sen's personal perceptions. (Saibal Chatterjee)
A well-off Indian family is paid an unexpected, and rather unwanted, visit by a man claiming to be the woman's long lost uncle... (imdb)
In this adaption of the Ibsen stage play, an idealistic physician discovers that the town's hot springs are dangerously contaminated. But with the community relying on the spa for tourist dollars, his warnings to the falls for deaf ears.
After the marriage of her daughter, Rosemary, Anglo-Indian school-teacher Violet Stoneham lives a lonely life in her single room flat located at 36 Chowringhee Lane in Calcutta, with only a tom cat for company. She is thrilled when a former student, Nandita Roy, looks her up and also brings her boyfriend, Samaresh Moitra, to her flat. (imdb)
Film set during the Indian famine of 1943.
Padatik (The Guerilla Fighter) was a 1973 Bengali film directed by noted Indian art film director Mrinal Sen. This film is considered to be the third film of Mrinal Sen's Calcutta trilogy, the others being Interview (1971 film), and Calcutta 71. (Wikipedia)
The Adversary stars Dhritiman Chatterjee as an Indian university student. Upon the death of his father, Chatterjee is compelled to drop out of school and support his family by taking a series of "grunt" jobs. Surrounded for the first time in his life by the squalor and poverty of Calcutta, the student grows increasingly embittered over his reduced circumstances... (All Movie)