PadmaavatJanuary 25, 2018
Rajputana, India, 13th century. The tyrannical usurper Alauddin Khilji, sultan of Delhi, becomes obsessed with Queen Padmavati, wife of King Ratan Singh of Mewar, and goes to great lengths to satisfy his greed for her.
PanipatDecember 6, 2019
During 18th century India, the Marathas emerged as the most powerful empire in the nation until the Afghan King Ahmad Shah Abdali plans to take over India. Sadashiv Rao Bhau is brought in to save the empire from the king which then leads to the third battle of Panipat.
Nine Hours to RamaApril 30, 1963
José Ferrer and Horst Buchholz star in this fictionalised account of events leading up to the assassination of Indian spiritual leader and independence campaigner Mahatma Gandhi.
The Other SongOctober 10, 2009
A journey taken in search of a lost song. Famous singer Rasoolan Bai, from 1950s India, used her own singing methods and changed the lyrics to create different versions of the 'thumri' (a genre of traditional Indian music) song, "My Heart is Wounded, Don't Throw Flowers at Me". Her individual singing style and changing lyrics make this song a rare gem. As the film gropes for the changing lyrics' meaning and context after her life, it finds her friends, song collectors, and succeeding generations of 'thumri' singers.