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  • Sadiyaan

    Sadiyaan tries to tread the old path of love blooming in the Kashmir Valley and adding to the twist and the drama is cross-border mumbo-jumbo.
  • The Great Indian Butterfly (English)

    The Great Indian Butterfly, in essence, is an adult theme about a couple stressed out beyond redumption leading to estrangement from each other despite being together.
  • Pankh… The Unbearable Lightness Of Being

    Pankh is a story about life imitating art in a grotesque and bizarre way.
  • Prem Kaa Game

    Shaadi Ke After Effects was the original title that has been turned to Prem Kaa Game. However, this title is just not apt for this comedy movie, based on extra marital affair.
  • My Friend Ganesha 3

    Director Rajiv Ruia, who earlier made My Friend Ganesha, 1 and 2, makes yet another attempt for a third sequel, combining animated characters with real-life actors.
  • Mittal Vs Mittal

    A rich, spoilt-to-the-core heir to fortunes Karan Mittal (Rohit Roy) is besotted by a pretty model Mitali (Rituparna Sengupta) He is used to getting what he wants, at whatever the cost and consequence
  • Well Done Abba

    Shyam Benegal is back with a satire! It is about various government initiatives meant to improve the living standards of the down trodden.
  • Hum Tum Aur Ghost

    Armaan (Arshad Warsi) is a sought after London fashion photographer, very much in love with the editor of a fashion magazine, Gehna (Dia Mirza).
  • LSD – Love Sex Aur Dhokha

    Love Sex Aur Dhokha aka LSD unfurls three stories and reveals the dark truth of our society.
  • Idiot Box

    Ramas Movie Makers’ Idiot Box starts off as a take off on a well known television content production house and its female head honcho, her alleged style of working and her domineering ways.
  • Lahore

    Lahore is yet another movie based on Indo-Pak issue but before drawing any conclusion, this one is totally different from the rest – no it’s not about cricket, hockey, or any terror attacks and wars –
  • Shaapit

    The third horror film from Vikram Bhatt after Raaz and 1920, Shaapit takes the viewer back by three hundred years.