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  • The Wives

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    Patriarchy exists every where. Its all pervasive. This short film, produced for ActionAid India, takes you into the lives of three women, who bear the brunt of an unjust, unfair system. Each minute of the short will reveal to you a story, that is evocative and poignant.


    Client: ActionAid India
    Agency: Dentsu Mama Labs
    Creative Director & Writer : Swati Bhattacharya
    Agency Producer : Dawa Lama

    Production House : Native Communications
    Director : Jaydeep Sarkar
    Executive Producer : Prithvi Raj Luthra
    Producer : Surashmi Basu
    Director of Photography : Mithun Gangopadhyay
    1st Assistant Director : Aditya Gupta
    Associate Producer : Radhika Puri
    Production Design: Minal Rath
    Production Manager : Ravi Iyer
    Costume Stylist : Pooja Sethi & Dia Sughand
    Make Up : Ritika Karna
    Directors Assistant : Akanksha Tandon
    Assistant Director & Casting: Sreenjoy Dey
    Intern : Alok Shukla
    Office Manager: Farzana Ansari
    Finance Head : Nilesh Mehta

    Editor: Aksshay Mehta
    Grade: Siddharth Meer
    Sound Engineer: Rahul Rao
    Music : Anand Modak
    Album - ‘Shevanticha Ban’ : Chandrakant Kale
    Post Supervisor: Leejude D'Souza
    Post Assistant: Parag Darekar Show less
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