Sreehari Nair

  • Ee Ma Yau

    Ee. Ma. Yau wins the FCCI–Best Indian Film of 2018 Citation Award

    Lijo Jose Pellissery’s Malayalam film ‘Ee Ma Yau’ has been awarded the prestigious FCCI Best Indian Film of 2018 Citation Award*.   Previous major awards: Kerala State Film Awards Best Direction Best Sound Design International Film Festival of Kerala (IFFK) NETPAC Award for Best Asian Film Audience Award International Film...
  • Tumbbad

    Tumbbad

    Excerpts & links to reviews of Tumbbad   Starring: Cameron Anderson, Ronjini Chakraborty, Deepak Damle Director: Rahi Anil Barve India release date: Oct 12, 2018 Genre: Drama , Horror , Thriller Certification: A Language: Hindi Duration: 1 hour 44 mins                   Tumbbad on...
  • Village Rockstars

    Village Rockstars

    Reviews of Rima Das’ Village Rockstars in Variety and Hollywood Reporter. Starring:  Bhanita Das, Basanti Das Director: Rima Das India theatrical release date: Sep 28, 2018 Genre: Coming of age Language: Assamese Duration: 87 mins AWARDS National Film Awards Best Film Best Child Artist Best Editing Best Audiography (Location...
  • Omerta

    Omerta

    Excerpts & links to OMERTA.   Starring: Rajkummar Rao, Rajesh Tailang, Blake Allan Director: Hanfsal Mehta India release date: May 04, 2018 Genre: Action, Biography, Crime Language: Hindi Duration: 1 hour, 36 mins                   Omerta on IMDB...
  • Pari

    Pari

    Pari Starring: Anushka Sharma Kohli, Parambrata Chatterjee, Rajat Kapoor Director: Prosit Roy India release date: Mar 02, 2018 Genre: Horror, Mystery Language: Hindi Duration: 2 hrs 15 mins                 Pari on IMDB...
  • Mukkabaaz

    Mukkabaaz

    Anurag Kashyup may have stumbled in the cinematic ring, but he’s up again. And the crowd is cheering his Mukkabaaz.   Starring: Vineet Kumar Singh, Zoya Hussain Director: Anurag Kashyap India release date: Jan 12, 2018 Genre: Action /drama /sport Language: Hindi Duration: 2 hours 34 mins      ...
  • Thithi - FCCI best Indian film award

    Thithi

    Thithi wins the Film Critics Circle of India—Best Indian Film of 2016 Citation Award “For its authentic invoking of a community and an entire way of life and for making each of its people individuals rather than types.”   Previous Awards include the National Film Award for the Best Feature Film...