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Premiered Feb 23, 2019
Mental wellness is a very important topic for our group. Issues regarding mental wellness and emotional stress affect many college students but also people of all ages and backgrounds. These issues are complex and present themselves in various forms to those affected. Members of our own group too have struggled with mental wellness over the course of their lives.
We recognize there is a stigma surrounding mental wellness, manifesting in people avoiding professional help and burying issues below the surface-level. This is especially common in our own South Asian communities. We hope our stories help remove the stigma surrounding mental wellness and emotional stress in South Asian communities and normalize some of the problems people may face related to these topics. We aim to ignite conversation and bring these issues to the forefront.
Below we’ve attached a comprehensive list of mental health resources for the South Asian Community; please reach out to these people and organizations if you or a loved one needs help. Remember that you are not alone. #YouAreNotAlone#PennMasala#MentalWellnessAwareness
Original Songs: Everglow - Coldplay Kaise Mujhe - from the movie Ghajini, sung by Benny Dayal and Shreya Ghoshal. Original Label - T Series Music
Actors: Female Lead - Pankhuri Awasthy Male Lead - Varun Singh Rajput
Directed by Vishal Chatuvedi Concept by Uttkarsh Charurvedi DOP - Aditya Singh Writer - Mahak Rajgriha Line Production - Amit Soni Chief AD - Gaurav Khati Director’s Assistant- Piyush Thakur Art Assistant - Neeraj singh Assistant Director - Anuj Navle Lead cast- Pankhuri Awasthi, Varun Singh Rajpoot Supporting cast - Anuj Navle, Anjitha Nair, Aishwarya Sundararaman, Gargi Laxminarayan Shanbhag, Kanika Manoj Chablani, Sanskar Joshi Location - Harkisan Mehta Institute of Journalism Special thanks to Soumyadipta Banarjee Video executed by Holy Cow Home Productions
Special thanks to Dr. Meeta Kumar, the Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) at the University of Pennsylvania, and the Pan-Asian American Community house (PAACH) at UPenn for helping and guiding us as we approached this project.