Director: Puspa Rawat | Producer: Rajiv Mehrotra, PSBT
Focus Years: 2012 | Country: India
The film is first-time filmmaker Pushpa’s personal journey as she tries to make sense of her own life and that of her women friends. Set in a lower-middle class neighborhood in the outskirts of Delhi, it explores the lives of women who are young, educated and bright but who feel bound and helpless when it comes to making any major decision regarding their life, be it career or marriage. By following the lives of the women over three years, the film documents the changes in their lives and tries to capture the essence of their existence, sometimes through conversations and sometimes by simply observing their seemingly innocuous everyday routine. Pushpa’s own negotiations with her family, her boyfriend, and his family form the backbone of the film.
NIRNAY | 55mins
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