When a medical student, Rami, who is a victim of revenge porn leaked online by an ex-boyfriend, seeks refuge in Goa, she stumbles into the strange but placid lives of Phanishwar and Nanaam. “I see Garbage as a strong metaphor of human existence. I am shocked at the level of violent patriarchy and general apathy around me. India has been changing, and sucking itself into an abyss of misunderstanding and delusion, aided strongly by mainstream religious sentiments. (ALSO READ: Did Hansal Mehta slam Deepika Padukone’s Padmaavat for ‘glorifying jauhar’?)
A new journey begins. Strange bedfellows @doktorgandu, @KarmaFeatures and #oddjoint come together for #Garbage. pic.twitter.com/xMAQfr51G9
— Hansal Mehta (@mehtahansal) July 4, 2017
“There’s an imminent threat of the fragile social fabric imploding and affecting everyone. Garbage is my way of trying to understand the tension” Q said in a statement. The movie is the only Indian film to premiere at Berlinale 2018.
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