Every year, the week-long MAMI Film Festival showcases a variety of films from across the globe. As it commences its 18th season, here are some amazing Indian films that you most definitely shouldn't miss this year.
The mockumentary follows an autorickshaw driver who kills people to “clean society”. His paranoia, sexual frustration, and notoriety come to the fore as the documentary is filmed.
Five friends enjoy a Sunday ritual of playing football at Juhu beach. Their ritual is thwarted when an old man joins them and accidentally kicks the ball in the face of a socialite-politician who is in the middle of a press conference.
The movie is about a professor in a Dehradun university who is abandoned by his wife. His efforts to cope with the loss render him delusional.
The Marathi film revolves around a joint family who've lived under the same roof for half a century. But the youngest generation wants to live independently and not conform to the "traditional Maharashtrian" norms.
A tribal woman who works in New Delhi finds out about the death of her 14-year-old daughter who was trafficked. As she navigates the nexus of cops, traffickers, judges, lawyers, villagers and family members, she battles corruption to get justice.
The film is about two friends reconnecting over a weekend getaway and realising their love for each other. It explores themes of sexuality, love and conflict.