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Amira Bhargava / Short Narrative / India / 2016 / 15 min / Colour / DCP
In Silent / Arabic, English subtitles
Interests: Disability, Family, Children
Rated: Parental guidance is advised. Some material may be inappropriate for young children.

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Synopsis

Aamer lives on the streets of Mumbai, where he makes a living selling garlands to people as they pass by in their cars. It’s a tough life, but Aamer works hard and is quite cheerful, never letting his hearing impairment get in the way of enjoying life. Then comes the day that his mother gives him a hearing aid, and a whole new world opens up for Aamer – a world that is loud, distressing and unpleasant.

About the Directors

Amira Bhargava was born in New Delhi. She moved to Mumbai in 2011, and has since worked as an assistant to eminent Indian filmmakers like Zoya Akhtar and Mira Nair. In 2016, Bhargava was nominated by Zoya Akhtar to direct a short film as part of a compilation of eight shorts. ‘Aamer' is her first film as a writer-director. She is currently writing a screenplay for a feature-length film.

Credits

Director
Amira Bhargava
Screenwriter
Amira Bhargava
Producer
Raghavan Bharadwaj, Pallavi Rohatgi, Preety Ali, Vinay Mishra
Editor
Shruti Bora
Production Designer
Shailaja Sharma
Executive Producer
Ananya Dasgupta
Music
Dhruv Viswanath
Cinematographer
Sachin S. Pillai
Sound
Ayush Ahuja
Cast
Pawan Manda Kale, Manjiri V. Pupala

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