Sapno Ke Sikke
Directed by Rukshana Tabassum | 22 mins | Hindi
19 year old Vidya’s dreams of becoming a big business woman are being crushed by the pandemic and her family’s increasing burden of debt. With the arrival of a marriage proposal from a ‘good family’, she’s also dealing with incessant pressure to get married by her parents. Feeling trapped, angry and frustrated, Vidya throws in a challenge of her own- that she will resolve her family’s financial crisis! But it’s not as simple as it sounds, or is it?
The film aims to inspire young girls to achieve financial independence.
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