Director: Abhishek Bhattacharyya | Producer: Abhishek Bhattacharyya
Focus Years: 2010 | Country: India
A man on his deathbed recounts his memories that are also the dying flashes of his life. He gives those dying flashes to us, so that we can remember him with those memories he shared with us. After all, memories are something that remind us about our most special and closest ones. We are actually remembered through the memories when we are no more. The main character shares his journey from his childhood to the young age when he loved someone, to his socio-political thoughts but suddenly he realizes that life somewhere down the line is meaningless, and death is the truth of life as it is inevitable. He also realized that living in a democratic society doesnâ€™t changes anything for us as religion and politics have still chained us down, and the more we try to free ourselves the more we are locked. Terrorism is another thing that makes us more afraid of our own environments, and in this atmosphere we can only shut our mouths and move on with our respective lives. In the end, he realizes the truth that he has reached his end, and itâ€™s time to give away his memories to us so that we can remember him when he is not there.