Harischandrachi Factory: For its loving portrait of the Father of Indian cinema and the invaluable gift of film he gave us.
 
Antardwand: A patchy but hard-hitting account of real India, where men are kidnapped and forced to marry at gunpoint.
 
Striker: Despite its flawed screenplay, the film’s meticulous detailing transported you into the heart of Malvani in the 80s.
 
The Japanese Wife: A tad stretched, but this odd marriage between a Bengali professor and his Japanese penpal was evocatively shot, and made you feel as if you were staring at a painting.
 
Dunno Y…Na Jaane Kyon: Not even comedies made me laugh this hard. This supposedly sensitive gay love story came with corny lines, OTT performances, and a joke of a title song rendered by Lata Mangeshkar herself. It’s the year’s most unintentionally hilarious film, and it’s a shame if you missed it!

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