7 Hidden Gems of Indian Cinema

Har Kisse Ke Hisse

 Netflix Directed by Hardik Mehta, this film follows the journey of a retired character actor, played by Sanjay Mishra, as he sets out on a quest to achieve his 500th role in the film industry, exploring themes of identity and resilience.

Vanjagar Ulagam (2018)

Directed by Manoj Beedha, this neo-noir crime thriller delves into the underworld of Chennai, unraveling a web of deception and betrayal surrounding a mysterious murder investigation.

Is Love Enough sir

Directed by Rohena Gera, this romantic drama revolves around the complex relationship between a wealthy young woman and her domestic worker, exploring themes of class divide and forbidden love in contemporary Mumbai.

Bulbul Can Sing (2018)

Directed by Rima Das, this coming-of-age drama set in rural Assam follows the journey of a teenage girl named Bulbul as she navigates love, friendship, and societal expectations amidst the backdrop of natural beauty and cultural traditions.

House Arrest (2019)

Directed by Shashanka Ghosh and Samit Basu, this quirky comedy follows a reclusive man, played by Ali Fazal, who barricades himself inside his apartment, leading to unexpected encounters and revelations.

Village Rockstars (2017)

Directed by Rima Das, this critically acclaimed film depicts the dreams and aspirations of a young girl in rural Assam who aspires to form a rock band, showcasing the resilience and spirit of the human condition.

Dhruvangal Pathinaaru

Directed by Karthick Naren, this gripping crime thriller follows a retired police officer as he recounts the investigation of a complex murder case that continues to haunt him, leading to shocking revelations and twists.

Dharm (2007)

The husband of a priest initially opposes the idea when his wife brings an orphan boy home. However, as time passes, he forms a bond with the boy. His shock comes when he discovers the religious beliefs of the boy.