Slow Burn (Ranj)
Synopsis: Amanpreet, a youth from a village in Punjab, is forced to migrate to New Delhi for livelihood. He yearns for all that he has left behind – his days without a care; and Geetu, his bride-to-be. He constantly struggles with the unfamiliar way of life. He appears painfully disoriented. Employed at an automobile tools shop, while Amanpreet’s co-workers jump at every opportunity to humiliate him, his boss constantly threatens to fire him. His harassed work-life, the pressures of the impending marriage, and pennilessness drive him to total despair. He soon cracks. Amanpreet engages in a murderous assault and self-destructs the very life he set out to build. Now an uncertain fate looms large.
Screening Date: 4-Sep-19
Screening Time: 7.40pm
Venue: Golden Village (Suntec) 3 Temasek Boulevard #03-373 Suntec City Mall (East Wing, 038983)
Note: All ticket bookings will have free seating arrangement.
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Adesh Sidhu, Ekta Sodhi and Kuljeet Singh
Sunit Sinha is a filmmaker and a theatre practitioner. In the 1990s, he essayed major character roles in UTV’s 'Trikaal', Nimbus’ 'Farz', Sippy Films’ 'Gaatha', and Hansal Mehta’s feature 'Jayate'. Sunit has also written and directed several notable plays. His short films 'Pratihinsa' and 'Subah Ke Pehle' received critical acclaim. 'Ranj’ is his debut feature film.