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With the pressure of moving to a new city and fighting with depression, a young boy (Mihir) seeks comfort through writing his experiences in a diary. It is only when all hope seems to be lost for his optimism that he finds someone (The Girl) who understands the person beneath the words.

  • Parth Chopra
  • Parth Chopra
  • Parth Chopra
  • Raj Rani Chopra
  • Hema Chopra
    Executive Producer
  • Neelima Chopra
    Production Manager
  • Daksh Sehdev
    Key Cast
    "Mihir "
    Sharmaji Namkeen
  • Harrdeep
    Key Cast
  • Aliya Gupta
    Key Cast
    "Kanika "
  • Vivek Srivastava
    Key Cast
  • Ananya Kalra
    Key Cast
  • Pushkar Sharma
    Director of Photography
  • Abhishek Dubey
  • Bhavya Dwivedi
    Music Composer
  • Jainil Kansara
    Sound Desginer
  • Abhishek Dubey
    Chief Assistant Director
  • Rohit Raj
    1st Assistant Camera
  • Project Type:
    Short, Student
  • Runtime:
    29 minutes 55 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    May 6, 2023
  • Production Budget:
    1,900 USD
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  • Language:
    English, Hindi
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  • First-time Filmmaker:
  • Student Project:
    Yes - University of Delhi
Director Biography - Parth Chopra

Parth Chopra is a Delhi based Writer/Director who has been working in the film industry since 2021. Only his love for the 'Magic of Cinema' precedes his urge to make Quality Motion Pictures.
He has assisted in major projects like Haq se India(2021) and Online 24/7(2023).
He aims to eventually streamline the cinema market, vanishing the line between Indian Cinema, Hollywood, and World Cinema. He believes that Language is irrelevant when lights go off in a theatre, all that matters is what the film is making you feel.

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Director Statement

If you are reading this, then Thank you for your valuable time!
As a conventional of sorts, I believe in films that make you think about them twice, and spawn the urge of revisiting them. Such films feel like they have been made with love, premeditation, detailing, and care. 'Unspoken' is such a film for me.
The philosophical idea behind Unspoken was very personal and close to me so, naturally, I could not have afforded to depict it imprecisely.
Making it as my first film, on a budget, was an unparalleled experience full of roses and thorns. And I believe watching it would be an experience for the audience too, hopefully minus the thorns.