Milind Dhaimade’s debut film celebrates the city's resilience.
It's a film that encourages conversations on the many flaws that are prevalent in the world's largest democracy.
Race and politics will most likely be far away from the minds of the two twenty-something women.
For Madhu Chopra, who runs the family business of cosmetic surgery, film production was diving into an unknown territory.
The National Award-winning actor has rendered a brilliant performance in Bareilly Ki Barfi.