10 mins

Nepali with English Subtitles



This humorous short revolves around Ramakanta and Tulasi, who are out and about shopping in Kathmandu for the upcoming Nepali festival, Dashera. Because of their inter-caste marriage, they cannot visit their families during the festival as they have been ostracized. The couple bicker; blame each other and the turbulent times. But in an estranged world, they do not have a choice but to be their for each other.


Saayad Ashok

Saayad Ashok is a writer, actor, director and translator. He has worked in feature films such as Shoonya as an actor and Khahare 91.1 for screenplay and dialogues. He was a writer and director for the documentary A box can change in collaboration with Education Pages & UNICEF and a writer for the short film "Janmadinko Upahaar".He is trained in theatre acting from Actors' Studio Nepal and has been actively involved in art fraternity since 2007.

Saayad Ashok

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