Prime Talkies with Pocket Films” is a very popular show on NDTV Prime.They showcase short documentary films each with a meaningful message which are made by talented and upcoming filmmakers. It is a platform which gives opportunities to passionate filmmakers and to welcome those who want to showcase their talent. ‘Prime Talkies with Pocket Films’ which started on 31st July, airs every Thursday 9pm to 10pm on NDTV Prime. Every episode has 3 to 4 films which are on various themes like love,family tradition, and suspense.
The 8th episode of ‘Prime Talkies with Pocket Films’ on Thursday, 18th September 2014 will showcase some more interesting short films by aspiring filmmakers.
‘Paytaan’ by Kaustubh Bankapure is a very heart touching film about a boy who’s family is into shoe-making (cobbler). But inspite of trying hard to sell shoes by the roadside, there are no takers. The film portrays how a young boy shows his anger towards life.
An internationally acclaimed film, “Unkahi -The Unsaid” by Samrat Das Gupta is a sensitive portrayal of two women and the strength of human relationships beyond spoken words. The film showcases a bond between two women - a rich lady and her masseuse. Spread over months of massage sessions, a bond of sisterhood develops between the two. She tells her stories of her happy married life and her lovely husband. Through her, the masseuse sees perfect love that every girl longs for. But very often in life, people use words to run away and hide from the reality, which the masseuse stumbles upon by accident.
“Sirf Mein Aur Tum” by Raj Vasant is a suspense thriller about a film critic getting an unexpected visit from a visitor whose acting she has never liked. Whereas “Mallika” by Alok Naik is about a girl coming to India to her aged grandparents after living a lonely life with no-identity and now wishes to get her family together by re-establishing the bonds and leaving the past behind.
So stay tuned to NDTV Prime to watch the most amazing and thriller movies showcased on Prime Talkie with Pocket Films.