Seoul:

Lotte Department Store: Yeongdeungpo Culture Hall

11-13 November, 11am, 2pm & 6pm

Entry: Free

Films from India have enchanted audiences across continents and through generations over the last 50 years. Spanning a kaleidoscope of situations and genres the Bollywood film is a mix of emotional highs and lows. Bollywood films encompass family drama, the sordid urban underbelly, the fresh young romance, and of late the contemporary and complex Indian ethos.

11 Nov, 11am & 13 Nov, 6pm: MARY KOM (Sports Drama, 2014)
The film depicts the biographical journey of celebrated Indian boxer Mary Kom.

11 Nov, 2pm
& 13 Nov, 11am: OMG – OH MY GOD (Satirical Comedy Drama, 2012)
A shopkeeper takes God to court when his shop is destroyed by an earthquake.
11 Nov, 6pm & 13 Nov, 2pm: QUEEN (Comedy Drama, 2014)
Rani, an under-confident girl from New Delhi embarks on her honeymoon to Paris and Amsterdam by herself after her fiancé calls off their wedding.
12 Nov, 11am: DRISHYAM (Thriller Drama, 2015)
Desperate measures are taken by a man who tries to save his family from the dark side of the law, after they commit an unexpected crime.
12 Nov, 2pm: ANKHON DEKHI (Comedy Drama, 2014)
It centers on Raje Bauji who, after a dramatic incident, decides that he will only believe what he sees with his eyes.

12 Nov, 6pm: SHIP OF THESEUS(Drama, 2013)
The film explores questions of identity, justice, beauty, meaning and death through the stories of an experimental photographer, an ailing monk and an enterprising stockbroker.