Greatest Philosophical Films of Indian Cinema

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Dor (2006)

Explores themes of forgiveness, redemption, and human connections through the journey of two women from contrasting backgrounds bound by tragedy.

Dev.D (2009)

A modern take on Devdas, delving into love, obsession, and self-destruction while challenging societal norms and expectations.

Udaan (2010)

Portrays the struggles of adolescence, the quest for freedom, and the complexities of father-son relationships against the backdrop of middle-class India.

Ship of Theseus (2012)

Raises profound questions about identity, morality, and existence through interconnected stories revolving around the philosophical paradox of the Ship of Theseus.

Mukti Bhawan (2017)

A contemplative film on life, death, and family bonds, exploring the traditional Indian belief in salvation and the acceptance of mortality.

Ankhon Dekhi (2013)

A introspective journey of a man who decides to believe only what he sees, challenging societal norms and redefining his understanding of truth and reality.

Astu (2013)

The film revolves around the life of Professor Chakrapani Shastri, a former director of an Oriental Research Institute in Pune who is leading a solitary life after being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s

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