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    Somewhere
    After withdrawing to the Chateau Marmont, a passionless Hollywood actor reexamines his life when his eleven-year-old daughter surprises him with a visit.
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    Ira Madiyama (August Sun)
    Three stories entwine to show the true picture of what to do after a war. In fact nothing could be done but to pick up the pieces and valiantly surging forward in the hope that the future does not duplicate the past.  A woman searches for her missing husband, leans on a dear friend but how far would she go to achieve her quest?  A Muslim boy struggling to keep his companion and friend, a dog, in a time when his family is forced to leave his home entirely. Would his family let him keep this faithful friend?  And a young soldier who walks into a brothel to find his sister among the working girls. A bitter truth to swallow, would he ever accept his sister with the life she has led?  Watch this hard hitting movie to find out!
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    Thanks Maa
    While on the run from the reformatory, a 12 year old boy named Municipality finds and saves a two day old abandoned baby from becoming the prey to a ferocious street dog.   Failing to find any takers among the people whom he deemed responsible and respectable, Municipality takes up the onus of finding the mother of that abandoned baby himself.   Municipality's rock steady determination ultimately helps him emerge a winner against all odds as he reaches that baby's mother but in bargain he loses his most precious possession, the flawless and god-like image of a mother he used to see in his dreams and probably the hope that he'll ever find his own mother again.  An inspiration film for all!
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    Another Year
    A married couple, who have managed to remain blissfully happy into their autumn years, are surrounded over the course of the four seasons of one average year by friends, colleagues, and family who all seem to suffer some degree of unhappiness.   A British comedy that had premiered in the prestigious Cannes Film Festival.  It encompasses the audience in fresh humour while witnessing delicate relationships going astray around a more prominent one which seems to withstand all seasons of hardships!   A very refreshing movie to watch!
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    Kaafiron ki Namaaz
    "Kaafiron Ki Namaaz" is about a recently court martialed army officer, a writer and a musician who confess their most personal secrets to each other on a rainy Christmas Eve somewhere in Srinagar, Kashmir. What begins as a dramatic discussion between the army officer and the writer in an old, abandoned hotel soon turns into a chilling meeting raising some pertinent issues. Meanwhile, the writer's camera assistant stands as a mute spectator and records everything on his camera.
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    Kash
    Kashi Mehrothra, a youth in his early twenties is heavily influenced by Ram Sen, A "proletariat" who used to make a living by selling biris (small Indian cigarettes) and within a span of few years evolved into a huge capitalist. Hence, his fantasies of being the "Cigarette King" of India started taking over. Despite being born into an affluent business family,he relates more to the Proletarian philosophies. To know more watch all the drama behind a little puff of smoke.
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    Bhairavi
    Bhairavi was the princess of melody in her father’s eyes and glowed brighter in the field of music. Truly blessed in her talent, she kept on absorbing all that her father taught her. Her childhood friend only learnt music so that he could be near her. There blissful life came to an abrupt halt when another student came to learn from Bhairavi’s father. From an affluent family, his only aim was achieve prestige through music. Mesmerized by her beauty and talent, he started impressing her father and her father in turn saw him as a suitable husband for his daughter. Their marriage broke the heart of her childhood friend. And all was not harmonious in her marriage life too. Her husband’s ego was pinched when she received more accolades for her music than he did.   What would she do now to bring harmony in her life again? Would she have to choose? And if she did, that what would it be…..   Marriage or Music?
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    Purahanda Kaluwara
    An old blind man refuses to believe that his son, a soldier, has died.   His son Bandara was killed in a land mine and he was brought home in a sealed coffin. Needless to say that his body would not be in that graceful state that once was.  The government is willing to compensate for the family’s loss. And for the old man and his poor relatives, the compensation would mean rain in a drought. Every member of the family is strained in making ends meet and this compensation would solve a lot of financial problems.   Constantly pressured by his relatives in receiving the compensation, he stood his ground in believing that his son is alive.   And to prove it, he embarked on doing the unthinkable!  A very earthy and raw subject. A beautiful movie to watch.
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    TAKING WOODSTOCK
    It's 1969, and Elliot Tiber, a down-on-his-luck interior designer in Greenwich Village, New York, has to move back upstate to help his parents run their dilapidated Catskills motel, The El Monaco.   The bank's about to foreclose; his father wants to burn the place down, but hasn't paid the insurance; and Elliot is still figuring how to come out to his parents. When Elliot hears that a neighbouring town has pulled the permit on a hippie music festival, he calls the producers, thinking he could drum up some much-needed business for the motel.   Three weeks later, half a million people are on their way to his neighbour’s farm in White Lake, N.Y., and Elliot finds himself swept up in a generation-defining experience that would change his life, and American culture, forever.   The film features a standout ensemble cast and songs from a score of '60s musical icons, including The Grateful Dead, The Doors, Jefferson Airplane and Country Joe and the Fish -- plus a new recording of "Freedom" from Richie Havens.  The film premiered in Cannes Film Festival in 2009.
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    Pawuru walalu
    Violet, a tailor by profession, raises her two daughters on her own. She is very hard working and single-handedly raises her two kids.  One day, she gets a fresh lease of life, when a man enters her mundane existence. Being lonely for so long, she starts finding a companion to whom she could talk to and share her life with.  But her daughters saw red!   They were very quick to show that they did not approve of their mother and her companion. Walls started building within the household.   Being a mother, she endured the pain of putting her children before her own wishes.   But till when would she do this?   Would she soon start thinking about her own life or would her daughters eventually change their minds?  Watch to find out!
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    Akasa Kusum
    An aging yesteryear silver screen siren.  A pregnant woman in her mid-20s.  And a young actress cheating on her husband.   All three are entwined in a journey conspired by fate.   Sandhya Rani lived a quiet life, renting her home to actors for satisfying their illicit sexual desires and by selling dumplings.  One day she gets called for an interview. Happy that the film industry still respects her work, she goes to face the media which now has changed so much. She realises that she is caught in a web and the media was only interested in pulling out the skeletons in her closet.  She had a secret. And she wanted to embrace that secret openly.  And so her search begins for someone she had abandoned a long time ago.  But would she be able to?
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    Haal-e-Kangaal
    Two struggling filmmakers meet after a gap of fifteen years and amidst celebration, enmity and jealousy realise that they are as bankrupt as every before - in all sense of the word. The film is a humorous account of the artistic and intellectual bankruptcy of independent film making scene that presently exists in India.  In a larger context, the film subtly debates the role of a filmmaker / artist in a highly competitive self-centric world.
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    Suddha
    Suddha depicts the death of the feudal system that existed among the Tulu speaking community in coastal Karnataka for many years, and the impact of The Land Ceiling Act which was ushered during the sixties and seventies, had on its social structure. It is the story of modern India - of changing caste equations and a realization of this reality among the land owning class, albeit a bit late. Though the film is set in a remote village near Mangalore, it could well have happened in any other village elsewhere in India. An ex-landlord family comes to terms with the fact that they are living in their last leg of feudal existence when it cannot perform a last rites in a grand manner in which it was once used to.
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    Rangula Ratnam
    It’s a story of two brothers. Brothers who stood on the opposite banks of their lives.   One of them became a lawyer and embarked into a life of wealth, marrying a rich man’s daughter. However, blinded by his achievements, he abandoned his family.   The other brother sacrificed for his sibling, achieving nothing materialistic yet he was satisfied staying and looking after his family.   This film shows the essence of family values where two opposing brothers are later pitched into a political competition. Who would reign supreme?   A captivating climax to a beautiful family drama.
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    With you without you
    Plunged at the deep end, the preys endeavoured to survive amidst the predators that loomed to mangle. Post-war Sri Lanka saw many hunters and hounded. ‘With you Without you’ is about two characters who are burdened with pains of the past, slowly entrusting their secrets on to each other. Inner conflict formed an unbridgeable void. Would the budding love release them from their misery or the bygones choke their very existence?
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    Good Night Good Morning
    Him, with a baggage overload. She, numb with bitterness. Life expensed like millions of common earthlings except that one night! A night that ended years of excruciating pain and embarked on another with promises of love and fulfillment? Or just another meaningless time of darkness plunging them in twists of agony beneath the sheets? Will that one call change their lives or is dawn just another heartless one burning their soul to the core
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    Neighbour
    Gray deserts and even grayer intentions are witnesses to a chilling testimony. The spineless actions of the predators and the gruesome agony of the lambs will never be silenced. ‘Love thy neighbour’ is a commandment lost to the cruel world today. Daoud Wahab amplified the screams of the formidable saga amidst barbed wires, rotting excrement and daunting watch towers. The massacre of hundreds of innocent Afghan nationals in the hands of Iranians shook the very foundations of humanity.
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    An Apple From Paradise
    Paradise for the departed. Anguish for the near and dear ones. Every religion teaches love and compassion for one and all. Yet honor is placed on suicide bombers on the name of ‘martyrdom’. This feature film portrays a heart wrenching tale on the quest of a father on unearthing the location of his only remaining son after losing two in this battle. Can his son be pried away from such violent clutches? An engaging film to watch.
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    Raja Makutam
      Directed by B. Narasimha Reddy, the most creative director of Telugu Cinema, the plot is an adaptation of Shakespeare's Hamlet with significant changes. The plot lines of the Shakespearean play that portrays the queen marrying the king's murderer and the tragic ending were removed. Instead, in the film, after the king's murder by his prime minister, the queen and the prince form a team. Prince feigns madness as in the play but the conclusion was changed to a happy ending. The film is melodramatic and beautifully captured showing creativity through dance and dialogue. A very interesting movie to watch
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    Antareen
      The young writer (Anjan Dutta) seeking inspiration is living alone an old mansion of friend in Calcutta, one night he starts talking to an anonymous stranger (Dimple Kapadia) over the phone. They have mysterious, abstract conversations in generalities at first, but as she continues to keep calling she gradually reveals more about her lonely life. The conversation soon develop into a relationship as details of their lives are revealed. She becomes a muse for him, and he starts her on a path towards a new found independence.
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    Thaai Sollai Thattadhe
     Thai Sollai Thattathe highlights the values of a mothers teaching and what wrong can happen if a child goes against his mother.   Raju is an honest police inspector working hard to bring down a group of thieves. While on his mission he crosses paths with Vijaya and they both fall in love.   But things take an unfortunate turn when Raju realizes the criminal he is hunting is none than his brother Mohan .   What happens next forms the crux of the story.
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    Mujhe chand chahiye
    Mujhe Chand Chahiye is a romantic lighthearted comedy.   Razi, secretly marries a second wife Phool. Maima, his first wife, splits up with him when she discovers it, and soon afterwards Maima leaves for Hong Kong, along with their young son, without informing her husband Razi.   Years go by and Maima now has raised this son, Zain in Hong Kong, who falls in love with a visiting Pakistani model Chand. He arrives in Pakistan and manages to secure a job as Chand's music teacher.   Chand happens to be Razi's daughter with his second wife Phool.  Interestingly, Imran is also in love with Chand because he is one of her college friends.
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    Cosmic sex
    Cosmic Sex is the story of a young man Kripa who is on the run from sex and violence one night in Kolkata when he meets a woman Sadhavi who strangely resembles his dead mother.  She gives him shelter and teaches him to travel inwards through sex.   The film deals with Dehotatva (worshipping through one's own body) and explores the connection between Sex and Spirituality. 
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    Malleswari
    Malleswari and Nagaraju were in love. But Nagaraju wasn’t rich enough. When he proposed for marriage, Malleswari’s mother denied the proposal, hence Nagaraju left for greener pastures to earn as much so that he could get married to her.   It was considered a boon to send your daughter to reside at the King’s palace for a handsome exchange such as loads of gold and jewellery.   And so was the fate of Malleswari when her greedy mother took the offering made by the King and traded her for it.   When Nagaraju found out, he somehow tried to meet her but the King found out.  Would you spare the lovers? Or would they be hanged for defying the King?  Watch to find out!
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    Apna Asmaan
    Ravi and Padmini share a strained relationship due to their teenage son Buddhi's intellectual handicap. Buddhi, a mildly autistic slow learner displays his flair for art but his parents, with their middle-class insecurities, neither recognize nor encourage his talent. Driven by Padmini's social insecurities and Ravi's guilt for dropping Buddhi as a baby, the parents chase an unreal dream of seeing their son as a normal good student who, like others, must become an engineer or a doctor.   While Dr Sen, the neurologist, tries hard to make Padmini accept the reality, Ravi's accidental meeting with Dr Sathya - the maverick scientist, leads him to the experimental "Brain Booster" that can make Buddhi a genius. The magic drug has a side effect - Amnesia, which Ravi thinks is a blessing since Buddhi has no good memories to talk about. Initially, Ravi hesitates to administer the drug but one night, in an inebriated state, he is sufficiently provoked by Padmini to inject Buddhi with the Brain drug.   What would be the side-effects of transforming your child into someone he/she isn’t meant to be?
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    A Day In The City
    A Day In The City is based on a series of unfortunate events that escalate to a point where an entire city gets in a state of panic and suffering. A certain eye opener for every Indian citizen.