By Trisha Gupta Last Monday's column listed 4 of my favourite Indian films from 2015. Here are 6 others to make up my top ten. Qissa: Tale of a Lonely Ghost - The primary premise of Anup Singh's film is a man's desperate desire for a son, and the ... Mumbai Mirror, 2 weeks ago
Many of the best films of 2015 spoke in tongues. Qissa was in Punjabi, Court was a mix, but mainly spoke in Marathi with bits of English, Hindi, Gujarati, Killa was again in Marathi, Kaaka Muttai was in Tamil, and Bahubali, the film that proved that ...Yahoo! India, 1 month ago
What will we remember the industry for in 2015? The Hindu looks back slightly tangentially… Box-office bombs Not a spectacularly happy year when it came to moneymaking. Before the big clash of films on December 18, year 2015 was about Rs.The Hindu, 1 month ago
The Indian film industry was on a roll for most of 2015. From the industry's biggies realising, finally, that there is no substitute for good content to smaller filmmakers waking up to the power of digital campaigning, it was a year of serious ...Hindustan Times, 1 month ago
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