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The Disposal.

The film is about extreme interiors of a village where 4 teenagers go through different emotions while chasing different goals in life. They all find it eventually but through really tragic ways which change them so much that they don't know if they still want to chase those goals anymore.

  • Daksh Chadha
  • Daksh Chadha
  • Swapnil Tiwari
  • Sarika Goomer
  • Nanaki Asthana
    Key Cast
  • Santosh Hirasinghani
    Key Cast
  • Gargi Swami
    Key Cast
  • Vikas Borkar
    Key Cast
  • Sanjeev Goomer
    Key Cast
  • Shantanu Thengdi
    Key Cast
  • Aditya Sharma
    Key Cast
  • Kushagra Jaiswal
    Sound Designer
  • Himani Patel
    Production Designer
  • Abhinav Singh
    Lyrics and Music
  • Juhi Sethi
    Costume Stylist
  • Daksh Chadha
  • Viddesh Gharpure
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    1 hour 23 minutes 15 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    June 7, 2020
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  • Los Angeles Film Awards
    Los Angeles
    United States
    Honourable Mention : Best Debut Director
  • Miami Independent Film Festival
    United States
    Official Selection
  • Florence Film Awards
    Best Feature Film
  • Rome Prisma Independent Film Awards
    Official Selection
  • Polish International Film Festival
    Official Selection
Director Biography - Daksh Chadha

Daksh Chadha is an Indian filmmaker. He is a director and a cinematographer. After studying film making at the International Film and Television School of Paris and working in some of Bollywood’s biggest blockbusters under some of Hindi film industry’s most renowned names like Anurag Kashyap, Rajkumar Hirani, Ravi Varman and others, Nistaran is Daksh's first feature film.

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Director Statement

I have been really fascinated with a quote by Cesar A. Cruz that "Art Should Disturb The Comfortable And Comfort The Disturbed". I have always tried to follow it. Nistaran, in Hindi, means to get rid of something. This is my first feature film. This is a film that speaks about Love, Greed, Lust, Heartbreaks, Freedom and Acceptance. I feel this is a story that will either disturb you, or really comfort you. It will make you smile and will make you scream and cry. I believe that one of the most important parts of the film is its authenticity. The story is not made up but based on what happens in reality in the interiors of Rural India. We were lucky to be able to actually film our scenes deep inside the villages, it adds a sense of rawness to the film which is visually pleasing at the same time. I am sure about the fact that this is a story that needs to be told. This film not only highlights the harsh and beautiful realities of a country but also touches you as a human. This is a film where we as a crew have got more out of it than what we've put into it. We shot this film in an almost impossible schedule of 10 days with almost no budget, working around 18 hours a day. We feel lucky to not have a budget because that forced us to live where the story is based and experience what we must when we make a film on such a theme.
I hope this film reaches out to you the same way we intend to.