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stunning Shraddha Kapoor | GQ Magazine, July 2014 
Anonymous: "Not even haider? It looks morbidly delicious, but I guess individual taste is different."

i’m slightly excited as to how they’re going to pull it off since we’ve studied hamlet this year and the fact that i actually liked it to the same extent as when we did macbeth but idk i just dont have the laksjfl vibes that i had when other movies came out, say the hype that happened before 2 states and some other movies, idk if it’s whether they havent marketed the movies to the same extent or maybe there’s been a loss of enthusiasm overall or what but i’m just not feeling it *not only with haider but with all of the movies lined up

i’m not really feeling any omg movie vibes from recent releases or any upcomings ://


Sujata is a riveting tale of a young girl, who is struggling to come out of the clutches of her tormenting cousin brother. At a very young age, she is forced to live with her cousin and his family. Herein, begins a life of incessant harassment by her cousin brother. Even as an adult she lives in the shadow of fear. For years, she changes addresses and identities in the hope of finding freedom; but each time he hunts her down. Neither the police, nor the NGOs are able to help her. Pushed to a corner, she decides to take the extreme step.

Huma Qureshi’s acting in this short film is fucking brilliant. She portrays the swing of character traits from independent to self-reliant to petrified to resignation. There is hardly any dialogue, but the setting of her chawl, the quiet certainty with which she goes about her life and the comeuppance of her cousin at her hands, is very hard-hitting.