Despite its flaws, the Iranian filmmaker’s first film in India has a strangely compelling quality that makes you invest
A roundup of three Indian films screened at the London Film Festival
While the overall concept of the documentary Azmaish is great, the execution and structure is wholly unsatisfying
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Icon goes on the sets in Poland of Ali Zafar’s upcoming feature film Teefa in Trouble
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Okja is about friendship above all
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The Big Sick’s most refreshing contribution is in normalising Pakistan for American audiences
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Rajkummar Rao and Anjali Patil on the film *Newton* that premiered at the Berlin Film Festival
Rajkummar Rao and Anjali Patil on the film Newton that premiered at the Berlin Film Festival
In an interview with Icon, Qureshi talks of her film Viceroy's House, a British-Indian historical drama on Partition.
Icon talks to Huma Qureshi, the rising star of indie cinema, who features in the recently released Viceroy's House