How filmmaker Qaushik Mukherjee is bypassing real-world censorship

If there’s one way to describe Q’s work, it’d be that his film is not likely to come to a theatre near you. But it may have a way of coming closer, through your phone, tablet or laptop, courtesy online streaming services that are soaking up the controversial products of Q’s fervid imagination.  The latest of these is Garbage. The film garnered positive reviews from critics, but like many of them said, it’ll perhaps find viewership only among ardent film-festival fans. Now playing on Netflix, Garbage was the only Indian film at the Berlin Film Festival&r.....

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