Mayuri (31), is a working woman independent both in thoughts and spirit. She lives her life prioritizing her career and professional growth. The today’s woman isn’t particularly bothered about whether her would be husband is a “khaata-kamata” individual since she is too busy doing that herself. Once the taste of independence sets in, the filters for the groom also gets altered. Some women want to look beyond the traditional security of a home and a high paying job to a more adventurous man who has similar interests like her and a more refreshing approach towards life. This short film is unique however in the way it has portrayed parents. Indian parents have come a long way to understand their children especially their daughters and they deserve an applause for that.
What’s wow? Karthik Iyer’s short film hits the right chord with a script where neither parents nor their children are entirely faulty in their understanding of life. Earlier parents would take decisions regarding their children without involving them. That followed a rage of children living their lives by their own experiences. Dekhne Mein Kya Harj Hai doesn’t take sides and ensures that the working girl gets the best of both worlds. It is important to take note of the charismatic Ayesha Raza as the modern Indian parent visibly well versed with social media platforms bridging the generation gap with ease.
What’s blah? The short film by “The Short Cuts” is absolutely relevant when it comes to the metropolitan India though in all possibilities guardians from the smaller towns might not be able to relate at all.
Cast: Ayesha Raza, Brijendra Kala, Priya Chauhan
Director: Karthik Iyer
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