Five addicts at a rehabilitation center in Punjab, India, are helping families recover from the rampant drug problem in the state. While they struggle to establish new relationships with their pasts, their partners strive to redefine the meaning of love and the labor of everyday life.
Shilpi Gulati is a filmmaker based out of New Delhi. Her body of work largely engages with gender, identity and oral narratives of regional communities in India. While her independent projects Dere tun Dilli (2012) and Inside Out (2010) have been screened at various festivals internationally, her film Qissa-e Parsi won her the National Film Award for the Best Ethnographic Film of 2014. She is currently pursuing her PhD in Cinema Studies from Jawaharlal Nehru University.