Shubham Yogi's short film, Suno (2019), opens with a wedded couple (Amrita Puri, Sumeet Vyas) making a reason to disclose her bruised eye to office partners. They joke about it. We discover that it was a mishap brought about by an audacious night in the room. At the point when she cooperates by going to a care group meeting, a discomforting truth about assent and man centric force elements crawls up on the apparently dynamic youthful spouse. A sex injury turns into an accidental illustration for how male privilege is dug in even inside the most base corners of cozy conjunction. Anubhav Sinha's Thappad, co-composed by Mrunmayee Lagoo, can't bear to be as private. A slap, in full perspective on quiet onlookers at a Delhi local gathering, is the most exacting analogy conceivable. Being a full length film, it acquires the duty of coming to past the "suno" (tune in) to go up against the mental and lawful repercussions of profound established male closed-mindedness. What's more, it does – regularly discreetly, here and there uproariously, however for the most part with an intelligible voice.
Actors: Taapsee Pannu, Pavail Gulati, Ratna Pathak Shah, Tanvi Azmi
Directors: Anubhav Sinha
Writers: Mrunmayee Lagoo, Anubhav Sinha
Producers: Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Anubhav Sinha