The place we live in plays a vital role in our lives. There are moments where the line between reality and illusion gets blurred and we are lured by an illusion, which on the exterior always looks more interesting than the routine. In that moment we try to change ourselves as per the illusion demands. But what really changes? We? Our responses? The situation? Chafa delves into these blurred lines where we try to figure out what’s better for us, the reality or illusion.
The Little Casanova is a short film about an adolescent boy who deals with his confusion of love between two women of different ages.
The aesthetic integer of "অর্ধনারীশ্বর (Ardhonarishwar)” combines classical mythology with the everyday tale of Indian Country life. Here, however, the ruthless reality of poverty in rural Bengal has served as the metaphor of contemporary awesomeness. This awe has been manifested through the wonder of recognition of the everlasting motherhood in a child. The child is the daughter of a ‘Bahrupi’ who earns his livelihood by showing off himself in the guise of Indian deities.
Ekaant (Secluded) is the story of an elderly couple who has to move to a new place the next day. After minimising their exposure to the outside world, this story takes us on a ride where the husband faces his fears throughout the day before leaving while the wife does everything to make sure that the next day goes peacefully.