A story of twisted love, revenge and the redemptive power of a song.
A photographer invites her closest friends to vacation at her family's home in Goa in celebration of her upcoming marriage.
Bhuttu (a 35 year old newly married kabab seller) and his family deal with the petty frustrations of daily life.
In an east Indian village, a family reunites at their ancestral home to celebrate a new birth. The film observes as it ages an falls to neglect.
Ugly walls of resistance arise when a Dhaka woman attempts to organize her garment factory co-workers, in this attack on exploitative labor practices.
Moti Khan, a musically gifted child from a low caste within the Thar Desert, is forced to sing and play music for his ancestral patrons to survive.
An adaptation of the folk-tale by Vijaydan Detha, it deals with the journey of a woman both outer and inner to fight her conditioning.