In director Amit Masurkar’s second feature, we land into the ever so old tussle between idealism and reality. Set in the backdrop of the world’s largest democratic election in India, with an extremely volatile political air, we see our protagonist… Read More »Newton Review LIFF 2017
The London Indian Film Festival (LIFF), regarded as Europe’s largest Indian film festival returns for its 8th edition to London and Birmingham and we are joined by Josh Hurtado from Screen Anarchy to help us navigate through broad choice of… Read More »Ep 224: LIFF 2017 Preview – What To Watch?
The devotion some fans have towards their favourite superstars can be witnessed on a daily basis on many a Twitter thread but as this insightful film shows, the dedication some Rajnikanth fans have for him not only dictates the course… Read More »For The Love of a Man Review LIFF 2016
Before we even start talking about Song of Lahore, do yourself a favour. Go and watch the following video. This was the video that started it all. Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy and Andy Schocken’s Song of Lahore is a documentary that chronicles… Read More »Song of Lahore Review LIFF 2016
Debutante director and lead actress Churni Ganguly’s semi-biographical take on controversial writer Taslima Nasrin is absolutely soul stirring. In Nirbashito (Banished), even though the protagonist has no name, and is always referred to as Lady, or Madam, the resemblance to… Read More »Nirbashito Review LIFF 2015
Emma Thompson’s Sold, Million Dollar Arm & Bollywood Stars at London INDIAN Film Festival Executive produced by actor Emma Thompson, Sold will be the red carpet European Premiere opening night film of the Fifth annual London INDIAN Film Festival (July… Read More »LIFF 2014: Europe’s Largest South Asian Film Event is Back!
Right from the 6 minutes uncut first shot which has enough guns blazing to make Tarantino proud, Gangs of Wasseypur (GoW) sets out on a journey that will leave you gasping, shaken and stirred to the core. We are thrown… Read More »Gangs of WasseyPur Review At LIFF 2012
The 3rd Edition of the London Indian Film Festival (20 June – July 3) is a feast for the senses, featuring circuses, mobsters, cockfights, transvestites and kite-flying, set in some of the world’s greatest cities and some never before seen… Read More »Gangsters, Queens and Rappers: 3rd LIFF serves up an explosive cocktail