Ladies in India have a considerable measure of standards and adjustments to comply with; while on one side they are relied upon to dependably be the meek one, on the other, they are likewise neglected when they give in.
Gauahar Khan’s most recent short film ‘Nutty spread’ has endless supply of the most ‘quieted’ themes in the general public – Being a single parent!
The film is a story about growing up of how Priya Mathur (Gauahar Khan) manages the considerations that enter her thoughts when she finds that she’s pregnant. How she considers upon her considerations has a somewhat entertaining take to it.
What happens is while battling with her considerations of prematurely ending or not prematurely ending the tyke, Priya has an experience with the future rendition of her child, Rohan who goes into her home requesting ‘Nutty spread!’
In the wake of having gone through a day with him, living through the minutes she would have in the event that she keeps the child, and, understanding the whole circumstance somewhat more, she chooses not prematurely end the infant.
Priya’s theory of the battles of ‘being a quite, fruitful, and single lady’ in this barbarous world gets through when she understands that these are the issues that’ll exist regardless of the possibility that she chooses to prematurely end the infant. The one thing that inspires her is the means by which she’ll have Rohan to finish her reality, and how she doesn’t have to adjust to the general public. Furthermore, that is the point at which she really turns out to be Free!
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The short film is undoubtedly a reflection of current situation; the battles, the qualms, lastly, the BIG choice. On the off chance that exclusive each Priya had a Rohan to rearrange life for her!
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