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Video Page

A screenshot of the video. On the left side is an image of the mother, and on the right, the words- It’s Okay in white font colour are visible

Video: It’s OK Pammi!

The film begins with the mother’s dilemma around her daughter’s refusal to be ‘normal’ and marry a ‘decent boy’. As the story unfolds, we see the mother invite a ‘suitable boy’ for dinner on the same evening as the daughter’s partner is coming home to meet the family.

Video Page: Sisak

Faraz Ansari’s short film Sisak weaves an unspoken romantic narrative between two strangers who meet on a Mumbai local. The film uses silence as a powerful metaphor. The intimacy created without physical touch in a transitory space becomes a political statement and an act of dissent.
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