Contents of Sudhir Mishra films with screening times

Contents of Sudhir Mishra films with screening times


Rumours (Afwaah)

Date and Time:

  • August 14, 22:30
  • August 20, 15:30

Language: OmeU (Hindi) Duration: 126 minutes

In this fast-paced political thriller, a top advertising executive becomes embroiled in a spectacular family dispute that escalates into a social media firestorm. Rahab Ahmed (Nawazuddin Siddiqui), a Muslim, crosses paths with Nivi (Bhumi Pednekar), a young woman fleeing for her life, leading to a scandal orchestrated by a political family’s social media team. The resulting outrage fans the flames of simmering societal conflicts. “Rumours” bridges the gap between Bollywood tradition and a dazzling contemporary narrative. (Source: Humboldtforum)


Restless Mind (Baavra Mann)

Date and Time:

  • August 21, 17:30
  • August 23, 17:30

Language: OmeU (English/Hindi) Duration: 126 minutes

This feature-length documentary delves into the life and work of filmmaker Sudhir Mishra while examining the declining creative and cultural scene in India. It offers a portrait of an era rather than just an artist, highlighting the challenges of realizing one’s potential in the industry. With a mix of an uneven filmography and a self-critical worldview, the film explores the journey of harnessing one’s potential. An insightful and entertaining ride.


This Is Not Our Destination (Yeh Woh Manzil To Nahin)

Date and Time:

  • August 17, 22:15
  • August 19, 17:00

Language: OmeU (Hindi) Duration: 132 minutes

Three old friends from their school days embark on a train journey from Bombay to Rajpur to attend their school’s centenary celebration. As they travel, memories of their past student activism and failures resurface. Sudhir Mishra’s debut feature film, starring renowned actors like Naseeruddin Shah and Pankaj Kapur, won the National Film Award for Best Debut Director. It marked the beginning of a diverse career.


I am alive (Main Zinda Hoon)

Date and Time:

  • August 18, 17:45
  • August 21, 20:00

Language: OmeU (Hindi) Duration: 114 minutes

Beena, a village girl, marries into an urban middle-class family. After her husband leaves her shortly after the wedding, she starts working to support his family. She falls in love with another man at her workplace, but her husband returns. Deepti Naval, a prominent actress in the parallel cinema of the 80s, delivers a powerful performance in this social drama that reflects the era’s women’s roles.


Dharavi – City of Dreams

Date and Time:

  • August 13, 18:00
  • August 20, 15:00

Language: OmeU (Hindi) Duration: 120 minutes

Set in one of the world’s largest slums, Dharavi in Mumbai, the film follows Raj Karan Yadav, a taxi driver, and his struggles to escape poverty, leading him into illegal activities. Starring Om Puri and Shabana Azmi, the film explores the harsh realities of life in the slums. Dharavi received three National Film Awards and features guest appearances by Hindi film stars Madhuri Dixit and Anil Kapoor.


No End to This Night (Is Raat Ki Subh Nahin)

Date and Time:

  • August 23, 20:00
  • August 24, 22:30

Language: OmeU (Hindi) Duration: 131 minutes

Aditya, an ad executive, finds himself involved in criminal activities while a gang war erupts in the city. The film revolves around a fateful night of events. Based on a story by the director’s brother, who passed away in 1995, “Is Raat Ki Subh Nahin” was recognized at the Star Screen Awards and offers a gripping narrative.


Calcutta Mail

Date and Time:

  • August 23, 22:30
  • August 24, 17:30

Language: OmU (Hindi) Duration: 127 minutes

Avinash arrives in Calcutta searching for his son and encounters Reema, a talkative author. Avinash’s past and his wife’s death haunt him, and he finds an unexpected connection with Reema. The action-thriller remake features Anil Kapoor, Rani Mukerji, and Manisha Koirala.


Jasmine – Chameli

Date and Time:

  • August 15, 22:45
  • August 20, 18:00

Language: OmeU (Hindi) Duration: 108 minutes

A banker, Aman, and a prostitute, Chameli, find themselves stranded on a desolate Mumbai street during a rainy night. Their encounter leads to an unexpected conversation and possibly more. Kareena Kapoor’s outstanding performance in “Chameli” was a turning point in her career. Rahul Bose co-stars in this unique tale.


A Thousand Wishes Like This (Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi)

Date and Time:

  • August 14, 20:00
  • August 21, 20:00

Language: OmeU (Hindi) Duration: 120 minutes

Set against the backdrop of the Indira Gandhi era, this political drama weaves a triangle of characters whose dreams are shattered in the tumultuous events of 1976. Starring Kay Kay Menon, Chitrangada Singh, and Shiney Ahuja, the film is a milestone in Sudhir Mishra’s career.


Lost Moon (Khoya Khoya Chand)

Date and Time:

  • August 22, 22:00
  • August 24, 20:00

Language: OmeU (Hindi) Duration: 131 minutes

Set in 1950s Mumbai, aspiring dancer Nikhat Sheik’s film career takes off with the help of superstar Prem Kumar. Her life, both professionally and personally, becomes intertwined with his influence. After being betrayed by him, she enters a relationship with young writer Zaffar Ali Naqui. Similar to the series “Jubilee,” the film pays homage to the golden era of Hindi cinema.


This damn life (Yeh Saali Zindagi)

Date and Time:

  • August 16, 22:30
  • August 19, 15:45

Language: OmeU (Hindi) Duration: 134 minutes

Arun strives to rescue his love, Priti, which leads him to reluctantly save Shyam, Priti’s fiancé. As complications arise, Arun finds himself entangled in a web of relationships and crime. Starring Irrfan Khan and Chitrangada Singh, this crime thriller received critical acclaim.


Denial (Inkaar)

Date and Time:

  • August 16, 20:00
  • August 21, 17:30

Language: OmeU (Hindi) Duration: 133 minutes

A powerful drama tackling the themes of abuse of power and sexual harassment in the workplace. As an inquiry committee investigates a sexual harassment allegation in an advertising agency, both parties provide their perspectives. Starring Arjun Rampal and Chitrangada Singh, the film offers a gripping exploration of relevant issues.


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