Gandu (2010)

Duration: 13min 19sec Views: 1737 Submitted: 19.05.2020
Category: RoughSex
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‎Gandu () directed by Qaushiq Mukherjee • Reviews, film + cast • Letterboxd

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Gandu is a devastating punk dream, a hyperactive nightmare where hallucinations are life and life is a hallucination. It does what no other Indian film will ever have the balls to do and am not even talking about the explicit sex scene. It breaks down the pre-conceived narrative structure where it sometimes comes out as a comedy, sometimes a documentary, sometimes a drama and sometimes a metaphysical-drug-induced haze that only wishes to blur your sensibility. Wherein it transcends the usual flare of films by a mile and constructs an unbreakable cocoon of heroin for itself.
Gandu hates his life. He hates his mother. Gandu raps out his hate, anger, dirt and filth of his existence.