Alright, about initial 80% of the film is lovely. The performances, the writing, authenticity in the dialogues, the cinematography resembling a wedding film (intentional or unintentional, that I don’t know but it works seamlessly to bind us with the film). The epilogue loses me a bit, but hey, it’s a shortfilm, you can watch it pretending it ended when she gets on the scooter. But there were many in our team who adored the ending also. Watch this brilliant short film by Rahul Bhatnagar with MugdhaAgarwal, Vikram Bhui, Lokesh Mittal as cast.
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