Natkhat touches a chord with every parent, showing in world festival
The ‘Natkhat’ actress Vidya Balan has recently announced the world premiere of the short film at the online film festival ‘We Are One’.
The world’s top 20 film festivals including Cannes, Tribeca, Mumbai Film Festival, and others have joined hands for the 10-day digital film festival called ‘We Are One: A Global Film Festival’ The online film festival started streaming from May 29 and will continue till June 7.
Vidya Balan took to Instagram to share that the short film will be premiered on June 2 at 4.30 PM.
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Does a story have the power to change us? Watch #Natkhat to find out on Tuesday, 2 June 2020 at 4:30 PM IST at @tribeca #WeAreOne. Screening link in bio. @rsvpmovies @balanvidya @sanayairanizohrabi @shaanvs @annukampa_harsh #rsvpmovies #ronniescrewvala #vidyabalan @mumbaifilmfestival #JioMAMIatWeAreOne #WeAreOneGFF
Our homes have been our safe havens in this lockdown times. Parents have taken up the role of teachers these days and, therefore, it is very important to be mindful of what examples we set and stories we narrate to our children.
Natkhat is a special short film which addresses the hard-hitting issues of patriarchy and toxic masculinity while dealing with several other sensitive yet a crucial topic of conversation such as gender inequality, rape, domestic violence, and more.
‘Natkhat’ is must watch for all parents and teachers as both are the basic pillars of a strong foundation of a children’s concept and understanding about the various realities that exist in the outer world.
Natkhat’ being a really powerful and considerable haze will mark its world premiere at the prestigious “We Are One: A Global Film Festival” produced and organized by New York’s Tribeca Enterprises on June 2, at 1630 hrs.
Ronnie Screwvala and Vidya Balan‘s special short film “Nathkat” also marks her debut as a producer. This short film is a step towards a better future and a healthy world for our children, the policymaker, and the game-changer of tomorrow.
Vidya has brought simplicity to the role she has played in the film. Her character goes in flow with the story of her son. The remarkable moment of the film is that when a child thinks that his mother is the victim of the same patriarchy that he advocates for is particularly haunting. Vidya Balan has not shown any glamour side in the film as the film deals with a subject. She has dressed up in nylon saris. It is hoped that a fraction of aspects shifts towards vitality with this short film.
Natkhat has been written by Annukampa Harsh and Shaan Vyas, associate producer is Sanaya Irani Zohrabi; directed by Shaan Vyas, and produced by Vidya Balan and Ronnie Screwvala.