• Sarit Ray
    Sarit Ray
    Hindustan Times


    A film that is as riveting as it is engaging, Fire… emerges as the perfect vehicle for a powerful message that has been lost in the cacophony of social media networks and 24×7 news cycles. It is well-shot, sharply edited, and has a fluent, convincing narrative.

  • Rohit Khilnani
    Rohit Khilnani
    India Today


    It’s well shot, well edited and has the right music to set the mood. “Fire in the Blood” is an important film; it’s a story that needed to be told to the world. Dialogues like, “People are dying and the medicines are in my briefcase.” makes you angry, very angry!

  • Some of the facts in Fire in the Blood may only represent the surface level of the problem, and the film’s cutaways to an impoverished Africa tend to get a bit repetitive after a point. Gray’s cameras introduce us to various people in India and Africa who contracted HIV but are still alive due to their access to inexpensive medicines in the country.