Sisak, the short film that has won multiple awards at various Film Festivals internationally over the last 2 years, has been released on Youtube. The movie, directed by Faraz Arif Ansari, is a silent movie that depicts the love story of two individuals in Mumbai’s local train.
Until now, the short film was screened only at Film Festivals, or at special private screenings. Many people from the LGBT community, who could not watch the movie at film festivals or private screenings, had been asking for its release on Youtube. The wait is finally over!
You can watch the complete movie below:
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