Ekansh’s world turns upside down when a peaceful college protest turns into a riot. Frustrated by the state of affairs, Ekansh embarks on a journey of self reflection with hippe campers on a path to discover his own political voice. The film delves into India's political complexities and Ekansh's choices. Unbiased discussions prompt reflection on war, peace, justice, and the youth's apprehension towards politics. The film explores disillusionment, self-discovery, and societal norms.
Dumped by Min (Minara Hussain) after a 3 year relationship, fur-allergic Max (Mahesh Mahadevan) discovers family, friendship and love while caring for Min’s cat Meowzaki, named after their favourite filmmaker Hayao Miyazaki—whose films feed Max’s romantic idealism.
Sheer Qorma is a story of belonging and acceptance, identity and family, and how it comes together under one roof, as resilient, queer Muslim women and non-binary characters of colour, choose to embrace love that exists beyond their personal beliefs and social moralities.
A young woman in isolation is conflicted between her religion and her values when a man who has been stabbed falls at her door.
In the coastal city of Mangaluru, best friends Shiva and Hari go on to become two of the most dreaded gangsters in the city. Can their long-standing friendship survive their greed and ego?
The fragile ecosystem of ‘Puthuyvype’ a small island in Kochi, the exotic migration of birds to the mangroves, the fisherman and the impending danger from a petroleum company has contributed to Joy’s metamorphosis. Locals recall in a tale mixed with myth, divinity and disturbing ecological disruptions 'Joy' may not be just an ordinary man