Great Indian Films That Are Too Slow

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The Lunchbox (2013) - N/A

While praised for its subtle storytelling and nuanced performances, some viewers may find its leisurely pace too slow, despite its emotional depth.


Ship of Theseus (2012) - YouTube

This philosophical drama explores profound themes through interconnected narratives, but its deliberate pacing might test the patience of some viewers.

Court (2014) - Netlix

A powerful critique of the Indian judicial system, "Court" unfolds at a measured pace, focusing on dialogue-driven scenes that may feel slow to audiences accustomed to more briskly paced films.

Mukti Bhawan (Hotel Salvation) (2016) - Disney+ Hotstar

Set against the backdrop of Varanasi, this contemplative drama about life, death, and familial relationships unfolds slowly, immersing viewers in its meditative atmosphere.

Ankur Arora Murder Case (2013) - Prime Video

This courtroom drama delves into medical malpractice and ethical dilemmas but may feel drawn-out to some viewers due to its meticulous depiction of legal proceedings and investigative processes.

Udaan (2010) - Netflix

While celebrated for its coming-of-age narrative and poignant performances, "Udaan" unfolds at a leisurely pace, allowing its characters' emotional journeys to unfold gradually.

Manto (2018) - JioCinema

Saadat Hasan Manto, a well-known writer residing in Bombay, experiences profound distress when his family is compelled to leave for Pakistan as a result of escalating tensions between Hindus and Muslims.

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