There’s a ‘freshness’ to new Indian cinema, says Deepa Mehta

by Peter D. Marshall

by Shalvi Mangaokar.

Deepa Mehta, who is currently in the city as part of the Mumbai Film Festival where she’s a member of the International Jury, believes that over the years, film-making has changed in India. Considering it’s a thriving industry, she believes it needs more exposure internationally. The film-makeris currently working on The Secret Daughter, a movie based on motherhood and adoption.

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