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Sartaj Singh, a Mumbai police officer, receives an anonymous phone call from a gangster who threatens to blow up the entire city.
Amid the corrupt standards of Indian law enforcement begins a battle between a ‘nobody’ cop and ruthless gangster who perceives (sometimes) himself to be a God.
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When a new prisoner (Ali Saieed) at a military detention center exhibits eerie behavior, a young interrogator’s (Nida Rahim) search for the truth becomes a battle for survival.
After exposing her father’s anti-government activities, Nida Rahim is inducted as the newest interrogator at the remote Meghdoot 31 detention center.
Flashes of the past begin to haunt Nida.
When sect leader Saeed is brought for questioning, his unnerving answers lead her to suspect his motives. Nida learns of the ghoul inhabiting Saeed. Upon telling her fellow interrogators, she learns the alarming truth about what its presence reveals.
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Brij Mohan Amar Rahe
A man fakes his own death. Unfortunately for him, starting a new life with a new identity will only bring him more problems.
Its an anthology film tracing the life of 4 Women-centered around the theme Lust.
1st film Directed by Anurag Kashyap, 2nd Film Directed by Zoya Akhtar, 3rd Film Directed by Dibakar Banerjee, 4th Film Directed by Karan Johar.
Love Per Square Foot
Love Per Sq Ft, is a feature film which deals with the very common predicaments that faces today’s urban youth; finding a house and finding love.
Through the course of this romantic comedy, we see Sanjay Chaturvedi and Karina D’souza desperately seeking a house, but realizing the difference between ‘Ghar’ and ‘makaan’.
The Indian Detective
A Toronto police officer investigates a murder while visiting his father in India.
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Tikli & Laxmi Bomb
Tired of men who promise protection but actually become predators themselves, two Mumbai based sex workers decide to kick men out of the business and start a cooperative that is run by women and for women, and thus run the sex trade themselves.
How do they do things differently? How far are they allowed to reach and prosper before they become too serious a threat to patriarchy?