Proof

Directed by Nishtha Jain and Deepti Gupta

Amandeep will never forget his time as a junior gynecologist in a government hospital in Delhi. He was conscientious, which rendered him unfit for the system. The ‘women’s ward’ was a microcosm of woman’s lot in society. If he harbored any ideas about changing the system, he would have to search deeper, perhaps begin with himself.

 

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