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Packed with striking images… the engrossing film follows Bengaluru’s planners and civic officials in their quest to replace a well-worn label with a new one.



A film that has lived with the city and its changes over the last five years… you hear the voices of people who have lived in and loved Bengaluru… people who have lost their homes, seen entire roads vanish, and localities transform beyond recognition as malls rise from the rubble of their lives.


The Hindu



The hard facts and stories in the film are cushioned by the poetic pauses. It makes effective use of cinematic elements: stark images of the under-construction metro rail along with some eerie sound design creates a sense of disorientation.


Indian Express



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