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An animated musical on the passionate and tempestuous relationship of Dalí and his wife Gala, whom he considered his muse and the true auteur of his work, even signing her name on his paintings in the 1930s.

  • Kabeer Khurana
    Karma Cafe, Ghost Stories, T for Taj Mahal, Religion for Dummies, ism, Project Oneness, Strings
  • Vinay Mishra
    Shuruaat ka Interval, Shuruaat ka Twist
  • Pallavi Rohatgi
  • Preety Ali
  • Raghavan Bhardwaj
  • Roche Mascarenhas
    Key Cast
  • Aastha Oza
    Key Cast
  • Kabeer Khurana
    Karma Cafe, Ghost Stories, T for Taj Mahal, Religion for Dummies, ism, Project Oneness, Strings
  • Emiliano Mazzenga
  • Project Type:
    Animation, Experimental, Short, Student, Web / New Media
  • Genres:
    Romance, Musical, Animation, VFX, Short, Drama
  • Runtime:
    10 minutes
  • Completion Date:
    May 15, 2020
  • Production Budget:
    10,000 USD
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Distribution Information
  • Humara Medialabs Pvt. Ltd.
    Country: India
    Rights: All Rights
  • Climb Media India Pvt. Ltd
    Country: India
Director Biography - Kabeer Khurana

Kabeer Khurana is a 5-time international award-winning filmmaker and the co-founder of India's youngest publishing venture, Bombaykala Books. Apart from winning awards in Italy, USA and Ukraine, his films have received several festival selections internationally, including the Global University Film Awards (known as the Student Oscars, in Hong Kong), and have been screened at other festivals in Brazil, Prague, Singapore, Indonesia, Morocco, Croatia, etc. His recent short film, Karma Cafe, starring Amole Gupte (Taare Zameen Par, Stanley ka Dabba) and produced by Anjum Rizvi (producer of A Wednesday) was named as one of the Top 15 Indian Short Films (by Candid Tech) and Top 87 Shorts (by WebShorts). Apart from direction, he has also assisted on Ghost Stories (2020) for Netflix, directed by Zoya Akhtar, and T for Taj Mahal (TBD). He's also the founder of several youth-based social organizations like Navrang (Ashoka University's film society), Artyculate India and The Mumbai Art Collective, for which he was featured on the cover story of India Today. Kabeer has been featured in The Hindu, Scroll, Mid-day, Harper's Bazaar, TOI, Film Companion, DNA, Firstpost, Bombay Review, Mumbai Mirror, etc. for his work in social entrepreneurship and filmmaking. Kabeer is also a part-time graphic designer, illustrator and writer on film theory for

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Director Statement

Dali is an experimental and musical tribute to the passionate and tempestuous relationship of Salvador Dali and Gala. Inspired by the work of Norman McLaren, we have incorporated path-breaking visual-effects techniques to push the boundaries of the cinematic language in India.