A biopic on the life of Indian aerospace scientist Nambi Narayanan, is a must-see for its depiction of the injustice he faced while serving ISRO. This important film sparks a conversation that needs to be had about the unfair treatment of scientists and other professionals.
Jayeshbhai Jordaar is a film that explores the intersection of feminism and masculinity in rural India, where women are often silenced and men are expected to conform to traditional gender roles.
Anand Gandhi's art film told through three stories that explore the paradox of the same title as the film, interprets the question on several levels, relating it to humanity and the nature of being. It's a delicate, powerful film that belongs up there.
It is a film that should be watched with the heart, rather than the mind, as it takes the conversation to purity and answers all that humans are seeking: eternal joy, happiness, and true purpose which is most important in today's day and age.
The themes of abuse and family dynamics are sensitive topics that can trigger uncomfortable feelings in people. Because of this, it is important to talk about them so that people do not bottle up those feelings forever. Udaan also helps with that.
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