Though a belief not necessarily need a proof, at-least if it is close to existence or truth that gives you confidence. Only when this belief goes a little over board becoming credulous, it turns to a superstition. For the world that we’re living in right now, there is reasoning to almost everything. Be it for the sake of good or bad, you’re actions need to have a valid reasoning. It can be anything, it’s worthiness will lie in its reasoning. Paroksh leads you in this route with a gripping tale.
Drishyam Films‘ first short film ‘Paroksh’ meaning invisible is a story of how even an act of simple forgetfulness leads to horrifying a family forcing them into a superstition, an age old issue the country is facing. This crisp and beautiful piece of writing has been inspired by a true story. Written and directed by Ganesh Shetty, the short film stars Amit Sial, Pooja Upasana, Yateen Karyekar and Pramood Shetty in the lead roles. The movie ends on a satirical note opening questions to many things you come across in the present day society around you.
Here’s it is, worth your time!