A wanderer amidst a mythical world witnesses a passionate play of emotions. An eccentric mix of fear, love, faith, anger, laughter, happiness and sadness is all brought together through interplay of stories and the make believe world of their fabled characters.

  • Ashok Meena
    Pushkar Puran
  • Ashok Meena
  • Ashok Meena
  • Suruchi Sharma
    Of Love & Artistry
  • Sharad Ojha
  • Richa Meena
    Key Cast
    "Herself "
  • Rohit Chandak
  • Swaroopnath Bhatra
    Sound Design
  • Kamei Kakhuga
  • Roshan K
  • Project Type:
    Music Video
  • Runtime:
    5 minutes 3 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    April 30, 2019
  • Production Budget:
    700 USD
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Director Biography - Ashok Meena

Ashok Meena is an independent cinematographer based out of Mumbai. He is known for his cinematography for Kamal Swaroop's Pushkar Puran. His recent work includes a feature film "Versova" shot entirely on B/W super16. He is also working on his first feature documentary "Kunchok" which will be his directorial debut.

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Director Statement

Lifetime of scrubbing copper makes lines on hands disappear. The poisonous waters of Yamuna rise to become the dark clouds over the sky of Mathura. The formidable dusk descends, eating away the brightness of the day. The ferocity of this dusk is killed by orange, the colour hurled in the air by the wandering saints. And there, Yamuna has sent back Krishna with great force to the branches of Cadamba. The nymphs from the nether world- bathing in sludge, have set a parrot free to collect news from earth. A wearied crowd marches ahead, clouds of flowers and dust all over them. As the dust clears, a faceless crowd reveals itself. The crowd is a circumvention to kill the leaders, those sent by the gods themselves to rule this crowd. Meanwhile, the trans-genders are all dressed up to witness and enjoy all that is happening around them. They sing and dance as if this night of the full moon is the last night they will ever see.