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Mumbai Film Festival, organised by MAMI, has become an annual ritual for all the films fanatics over the years. Attended by thousands of film lovers across the country, the line-up had over 170 titles this year. It was my fifth year at the fest which was in its 18th edition this year. I saw around 20 films – liked a few, loved a few, hated some, slept throughout one or two. Here’s a round-up of top 10 films I enjoyed at the fest:

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Parched is so ridiculously simplistic and superficial that it remains largely an ineffective film.

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"In a scene, Anurag Kashyap is in a room with a sex-worker (another wronged female in the film) and there are posters of films like Sujata, Pakeezah, Dirty Picture and Kashyap’s own Dev D on the wall. Women in all these films were looked down upon by the society. Akira could, well, might end up on the same wall."

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Mohenjo Daro soundtrack: In which four instrumental pieces bring more visual imagery and poetry than Javed Akhtar's words. Less Gowariker, more Shankar album.

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"Punjabi rap overload sans Honey Singh/Badshah"

Udta Punjab Music Review

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"Where family is friend and friends are family.... "
On Nil Battey Sannata:

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"Unlike Maneesh Sharma’s previous films about the middle-class and the neo middle-class, this one’s an upper-class, elitist film."

FAN Movie Review

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So far the best Hindi film this year...

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The music year-ender post!
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