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Rajat Dholakia

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    MIRCH MASALA

    Ketan Mehta India, 1987

    This path-breaking film by Ketan Mehta uncovers the ugly realities of an oppressive patriarchal society. Set in colonial India, Mirch Masala remains relevant to this day because of its core idea of solidarity, where women rise up to support each other due to their shared experiences of trauma.

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    OM DAR-B-DAR

    Kamal Swaroop India, 1988

    Indian new wave filmmaker Kamal Swaroop’s debut feature is a postmodern portrait of day-to-day life in the town of Ajmer. Told through idiosyncratic imagery, unusual dialogues, and irreverence, this film is a cult-classic of Indian experimental cinema.

    FIRAAQ

    Nandita Das India, 2008

    This film centres its plot around a major historical tragedy that unfolds through a series of stories as told through the perspective of a blend of characters. The film is anchored by the profoundly inspirational Naseeruddin Shah and features excellent art direction and deeply moving themes.

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