Accessibility begins with access, enabled or denied, to concepts and ideas. At the core, beyond the architecture of the real and virtual worlds, it is about the architecture of the ways in which this access is broadened, to not only accommodate, but to nurture, the myriad expressions of human minds and bodies.
Alankrita Shrivastava made her directorial debut with the film 'Turning 30!!!' (2011) and has been committed to telling stories about women from a woman’s perspective. Her second and most recent film 'Lipstick Under My Burkha' (2016) has received international recognition and is slated to release in India in early 2017.