After it’s critically acclaimed release in the US, National Award Winning Director Kranti Kanadé brings his radical new film ‘CRD’ back home to Indian audiences. Releasing in cinemas across India 29th September!

CRD received rave reviews by Los Angeles Times, Hollywood Reporter, LA Weekly, Screen Anarchy and others. It was shown as part of studies at the prestigious US film schools USC and UCLA as well as FTII and NFAI in India.

Los Angeles Times in its glorious review says, “Indian film CRD is audacious, enchanting, indefinable & infectious.” - Robert Abele. One of India’s leading film critics Namrata Joshi in The Hindu says, “CRD boldly goes where no Indian film has gone before!”

“Entrancing, vibrant, irreverent, category-defying! Kanadé an assured visual stylist!” - Sheri Linden, The Hollywood Reporter. “Allusive, elusive and by turns funny, romantic and tragic, CRD is a film tuned to the pitch of the artist's heart.”- LA Weekly. “CRD, An ethereal exercise In Art” – ScreenAnarchy. Author Naman Ramachandran says, “This astonishing film heralds the arrival of a bold new voice in world cinema where all limits are breached and boundaries crossed. Be prepared for a breathtaking journey, the likes of which you've never been on before.”

Story logline: A Young Dramatist rebels against his fascist Tutor to form his troop of misfits - aiming to win a prestigious theatre competition and trying to find the hardest thing of all: his voice. Inspired by real life event 'Purushottam' in Pune, India.‬

Kranti's next release is Gandhi Of The Month with legendary Hollywood actor Harvey Keitel (Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction, Taxi Driver, Youth). It's about a secular expat American schoolmaster in India struggling to protect his students from fundamentalists. Kranti's children's film MAHEK won awards around the world and his CHAITRA won Five National Film Awards becoming India's official entry to Student Academy Awards. He has studied filmmaking at UCLA and FTII. He is also an Entrepreneur, Tree Planter, and a co-founder of an NGO for the destitute that has rehabilitated more than 300 children.