An example of a genre rarely practised in Indian feature films: autobiography. Ahuja features the existential dilemmas of an FTII graduate who wants to express himself through art movies. Ajay (Shah) takes his new bride Asha (Kanwar) on a tour of the Film Institute, narrating its history (it was the former Prabhat Studio). The two set up home and do reasonably well except that Ajay is haunted by disturbing desires to make films.
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The film won the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Movie as well as the Indira Gandhi Award for Best Debut Film of a Director. Read More