Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan (2020)
Partners Karthik and Aman don’t have it easy in their road to achieving a happy ending, while Aman’s family tries to get him married to someone else, Karthik doesn’t step down unless he marries Aman. A sequel to the 2017 film, titled Shubh Mangal Saavdhan
Aman Tripathi is the gay son of a conservative and homophobic family, who is in love with Kartik Singh, a runaway boy. During his cousin sister Rajni “Goggle” Tripathi’s wedding, his relationship with Kartik is exposed, when his father Shankar Tripathi, an agricultural scientist facing immense backlash for his cultivation of black cauliflowers, tries various ways to “purify” his son and keep him away from his over-energized partner, while Aman himself has to also deal with a family friend and to-be fiancee, Kusum Nigam, who is besotted with him, but has an agenda of her own.
In 1990, 4 lakh Kashmiri Pandits (Hindus) were forced to leave their home under the threat of life. Till today, they continue to live as refugees in their own country, in small refugee camps in the city of Jammu. Vidhu Vinod Chopra’s ‘Shikara’ follows the story of Shiv and Shanti, two Kashmiri Pandits, chronicling their survival through 30 years of exile. In the current season of hate, love is all that keeps hope alive.
Yeh Saali Aashiqui (2019)
When Sahil met Mittee in a hotel management school, it was love at first sight for both of them. Their love was everything – picture perfect and flawless. But an unlikely event at school turns their dream-come-true romance into a nightmare and makes them realize how important it is to know your partner thoroughly before getting into any kind of romantic relationship.