Yash Kasotia

[Review] ‘Ajji’ Is The Most Difficult Film To Watch This Year At MAMI

Ajji, directed by Devashish Makhija has the runtime of a little under 2 hours but it barely feels like 30 minutes. It’s difficult to explain why. Ajji has a simple linear plot that isn’t too hard to predict. However, the linearity has been cut open to drain it of monotony and cliches. Director Devashish Makhija…

What’s It Like To Be Anurag Kashyap Surrounded By A Mob

As a film buff, never have I had to hold back tears as hard as at this moment in time. Hundreds of people who had just come out overwhelmed from a screening of Mukkabaaz, wait with baited breath to see their favorite filmmaker in real for the first time. Everybody knew they were waiting for…

5 Reasons Why The Mumbai Film Festival Is The Biggest Film Event Of The Country

“They may say that I’m a dreamer but I’m not the only one” In 1946, a 25-year-old Indian boy went to France with a film he had made under an oppressive foreign regime. Competing with the likes of Billy Wilder, Roberto Rossellini and David Lean, Chetan Anand’s Neecha Nagar managed to win the top honor…

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