Neeraj Ghaywan made a big debut in direction with ‘Masaan’-2015 a national award winning film and it has also grabbed the critics award at the 68th Cannes Film Festival.. What’s more, now he comes back with a short film Juice, and sets the bar truly high.
‘Masaan’ director’s new short film practices inverted misogyny https://t.co/jtR257ihi9
— Large Short Films (@LargeShortFilms) November 25, 2017
The film has a fantastic cast namely, Manish Chaudhari, Shefali Shah. The plot is about how women are treated in our stereotypical Indian society. The film captures the moments of the small get together where males are enjoying over some alcohol and gossips and their ladies are busy in the kitchen and sweating like hell. The ladies aren’t considered as humans. It shows the double standards of the society. Females are advised to cook and serve the food and males are expected to give orders to them. Unexpectedly the protagonist (Shefali) points out at the unfair attitude.
Have a look at this disheartening yet motivational short film:
We need to change the way we look at things!