Mumbai Film festival is held every year in Mumbai. It is a celebration of movies which has artistic, realistic approach that can touch the hearts of the audience.
These days, there has been a large hue and cry over lacking artistic quality. This has been a perennial quarrel with Indian cinema, specially Tamil cinema. Take for instance vetrimaaran's state-of-the-art "Asuran" with Dhanush as the lead. The film has passed with a U/A certificate, and noticeably today's kids as young as 8 or nine watching the blood and gore on the screen. Asuran has decapitation,women being burnt alive and sickles being used freely to murder and motive mayhem. Outside India, there has been a vociferous debate over joker - todd phillips' mental thriller that absolutely modifies the concept and idea of a clown that we've all cherished. Here, the joker, essayed by using joaquin phoenix, is a blood thirsting criminal, who ends up killing his own mom. He isn't any joker whom we've got all cherished under the large pinnacle, with his winsome wit and humongous humour. At the ongoing Mumbai Film Festival, there was another extraordinarily disturbing movie from Assam, Aamis. Whilst he falls in love with her, and isn't always capable of getting into physical intimacy, he thinks of any other manner to fulfil his sexual passion. Yes, Das throws in an amazing piece of appearing, but Aamis is a film that can have social repercussions and must accept a strict certification – if in any respect it releases in the general category.
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