Ever since she can remember, Tamoghna has lived in extreme fear of her mother. Her academic life was subject to intense scrutiny by her mother,
who wouldn't think twice before hitting her black & blue if she faltered. Performing below her mother’s expectations in exams was her forever nightmare,
and the reason she was suicidal during her schooling & college years.
Like most bright students in the country, she was sent off to Kota to make her parents’ dreams come true. When the D-day came, Tamoghna didn’t make it.
She moved back to Kolkata and enrolled into a civil engineering college.
She reeled in depression and guilt of not making her parents dreams come true.
And then, a few days shy of college starting, she had a breakdown and lashed out at her parents and told them everything she had suppressed for all these years.
Now, six years later, after a tough battle ridden with dark episodes of self-harm, she is no longer depressed. She has nursed her broken heart and wounded self-esteem back to good health.
All said and done, she stands vehemently against the education system in Kota and the practice of parents imposing their dreams on their children.
Concept & Direction: Richa Bajaj
DOP: Aritra Sen
Editor: Richa Bajaj
First Assistant Director: Navneet Arora
Second Assistant Director: Reebu Tandon
Colorist: Nilesh Pote
Graphics: Mustafa Zaveri
Location Courtesy: Glamworks Salon, Blue Tokai Coffee shop, Grow your muscle gym
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