INDIAN CINEMA 

 Indian Cinema is continuing to grow in popularity in Australia. Let us take you through the colourful worlds of Indian Cinema, from Bollywood to Punjabi to Tamil. Join us, all in the comfort of your cinema seat, with Bendigo Cinemas Indian Cinema.

*Titles & Dates are subject to change

Yes I Am Student

  • Screening
  • TBA on Fri 22 Oct
  • Cast
  • Mandy Takhar, Sidhu Moose Wala
  • Classification
  • M, 112 mins
  • Consumer Advice
  • Drug use
  • Genre
  • Drama
  • Synopsis
  • "Yes I am Student" is a story which revolves around a boy who leaves his motherland and goes to another country in search of a better future. While trying to fit in another country as a immigrant he experiences a lot of difficulties incurred by people of the same background making it difficult for a newcomer. Still He overcomes all the odds to prove himself as an individual. Lastly, we try to convey a message to people from all ages to support each other as one, without any discrimination and help each other in need as their brothers and sisters.

Honsla Rakh

  • Cast
  • Diljit Dosanjh, Sonam Bajwa, Shehnaaz Gill, Shinda Grewal
  • Classification
  • M, 145 mins
  • Consumer Advice
  • Coarse language
  • Genre
  • Comedy, Drama
  • Synopsis
  • This film is directed by Amarjit Singh Saroon and produced by Daljit Thind & Diljit Dosanjh. What happens when a loveable, rooted, desi, punjabi young man, who’s a single father with a seven year old boy attempts to find love again, find a mom for his son, crosses paths with his ex who comes back into the city after a seven year gap? Honsla Rakh, starring Diljit Dosanjh, Sonam Bajwa, Shehnaaz Gill & Shinda Grewal is a romantic comedy set in Vancouver, Canada that has warmth at its center and deals with the emotional bonds between father and child, and love between men and women in modern times.

Moosa Jatt

  • Classification
  • MA15+, 132 mins
  • Consumer Advice
  • Strong violence
  • Genre
  • Action
  • Synopsis
  • Moosa Jatt is a story of a boy who lost his parents at an early age and has been raised by his uncle Jung Singh who is a man of power. Moosa comes to know that his own family also died because of the Sangha who was part of the land and the corporate mafia cheating the farmers of their farms n bank loans. Moosa Jatt then decides to avenge his family and also becomes the robin hood for the farmers who are the victims of the same nexus.