The film is the story of a kid called Ajju and his outlook towards life. His father (Mukesh Bhatt), a drunkard and a beggar, wants him to beg for a living. But Ajju, on the other hand, wants to do something different and live a respectable life. He fights his father and suffers, his sister tries to convince him to make compromises in life but Ajju does what he thinks is right. From the very first scene to the one that changes the story, makes you think. Later, when you introspect, you'll probably think that you might have taken the easier way out, unlike him.
The short film is an inspiration for all those who think making compromises with their situation is the only solution. A simple message through a straight-forward story has been brilliantly executed by the director, Ayush Kapoor. Every other moment in the film gives you a perception of the character. A plot that can be called "easy", and is yet unpredictible. The film not only tells you to look differently at the situations but also makes you aware of where you would have given up and Ajju didn't.
The performances are gripping and realistic. Ajju, played by Naman Jain, won a well-deserved National Award for best child actor for his performance in Dum Dum Deega Deega.
There is a lot that you can learn from the film but the film tries to teach you just one thing – think a different way out before giving in to the situation. There might be light at the end of the tunnel that you are hesitant to travel through.
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