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Phir Se Ujaala...The Uncaging

Khushi, a manipulative, sceptical young women finds her existence pointless after the breakup with her long time boyfriend Dhruv. Khushi decides to call off her life and tries several suicide attempts in a span of a 24 hours. But destiny, on the other hand, had it's own plans and lessons for her in store when an unordered pizza arrives for her.

  • Tannishtha Sarkar
    Maafinama...a road towards redemption, Tara...In search of the stolen stars
  • Tannishtha Sarkar
  • Tannishtha Sarkar
  • Pragya Singh
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  • Tanishq Walia
    Key Cast
  • Jatin Sharma
    Key Cast
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    Phir Se Ujaala
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    30 minutes
  • Completion Date:
    June 12, 2023
  • Production Budget:
    200 USD
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Director Biography - Tannishtha Sarkar

Tannishtha is an independent filmmaker, writer and music composer. She has made a few acclaimed short films and documentaries in the last few years after she switched her career from corporate sector to filmmaking. Presently she is a professor of screenplay writing in The Chandigarh University, India. Her last docu-drama film Tara...in search of the stolen stars, have been a part of multiple film festivals and had special screenings at the British high commission and American Embassy of India and got identified by the Ministry of India as the course material film on human trafficking.

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Director Statement

The value of being alive is an achievement on its own that's realized only when one experiences it abruptly ending from up close. Until then, committing suicide continues to remain just an extreme measure that can be opted for when everything else seems to have failed. Its treated more like a Trump card, or rather a 'wild card exit'! This internal concept is more prevalent in youth. The film attempts to break the cycle. It shows how life doesn't lose relevance even after a so called catastrophe.