5 Must-Watch Films Handpicked by Vikramaditya Motwane

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Pyaasa (1957)

Guru Dutt's "Pyaasa" is a timeless masterpiece that deeply resonated with Motwane, known for its poignant exploration of art and society, inspiring his own narratives.

Sholay (1975)

The iconic Indian Western "Sholay" has left an enduring mark on Motwane with its memorable characters and thrilling storytelling, influencing his approach to cinematic storytelling.

Charulata (1964)

Satyajit Ray's "Charulata" is a cinematic gem that captivated Motwane with its intricate portrayal of a woman's inner world, leaving an indelible impression on his filmmaking.

Awaara (1951)

Raj Kapoor's "Awaara" has been a significant influence on Motwane's work, featuring themes of social justice and familial relationships that have shaped his storytelling sensibilities.

Black Friday (2007)

Anurag Kashyap's "Black Friday" is a dark and intense exploration of the 1993 Bombay bombings, reflecting Motwane's interest in gritty, real-life narratives that challenge conventional storytelling.

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