Directed by Bejoy Nambiar
22-year-old Parvathy is a free-spirited girl who loves to live life on her terms. However, when she is left with no option but to tie the knot with a man of her parents’ choice, her life takes a 360 degree turn. Mohan and Parvathy migrate, and this marks the beginning of their new life together. But Mohan’s priorities are clearly defined from the very start of their relationship. He invests all his time in his work. His intentions are pure; to build the perfect life for his family. But with a new addition to the family and as the years go by, Mohan gets further involved in his work. It is only after their son, Rohit, graduates that Parvathy decides to take a drastic step, shaking up her 20 years of marriage.
Much before he set Bollywood abuzz with his directorial venture, Shaitan, Bejoy Nambiar was earning recognition for his critically acclaimed short films, Rahu and Reflections. A storywriter, screenwriter and director, Bejoy shot into the mainstream spotlight by participating and eventually winning Sony Pix’s reality show, Gateway to Hollywood. His has directed critically acclaimed films like David and Wazir.
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Megha Ramaswamy / Spectrum / India / 2016 / 38 minsThe Last Music Store documents the curtains going down on the iconic Rhythm House. Bombay city's last & oldest large format music and video store finally yields to the challenges posed by new technologies and piracy and this crumble is captured via the lament of the store's eccentric, long-dedicated, working inmates who are coping with the situation in their own manner.