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On the map of Everywhere, in the middle of Nowhere, near a tiny rail head on the biggest loop of Indian Railways lies Daundaj, off the pilgrim route. Here in a small railway quarter, unfolds the story of Zuber. Or is it Tahera? Is it the Making of a film Diversion ahead that no one's seen? Whose story is it anyway? Who tells it and to whom?’ Who is the Hero? Or who is not? Is the whole, more than the sum of its parts?

 

Aisa Nahin Hua Tha Tahera/  Jumbled Cans was made as a diploma film for ftii, pune with a student team of filmmakers within a set of given parameters and resources in 2012. It was attempted as a workshop, experimenting with new ideas and forms, reflecting on the process of FilmMaking with most roles played by students.

STORY, SCREENPLAY, DIRECTION: Rajula Shah
CINEMATOGRAPHY: Kumar Saurabh

PROJECTION Video: Arghya Basu
PRODUCTION DESIGN: Pankaj Bangde & Sohini Mondal
PRODUCTION: Vasudev Keluskar
LOCATION RECORDING: Avantika Nimbalkar
SOUND RECORDING & MIXING: Bigyna Dahal
EDITING: Shobita Thakur
EDITING CONSULTANT: Arghya Basu
FEATURING: Dinkar Sharma, Pallavi Patil, Prabhat Raghunandan, Manasi Pendharkar (kid),

Karma Takapa, Lavanya Ramaiah, Ruddhi Vichare, Sushant Sharma, Krishnadev &
Students of FTII (Arun Pande, Karuna, Abhishek, Raju, Rakesh, Vasu, Abhilash,

Giriratan, Prantik, Sahil, Archana, Pankaj, Hasainar)
Poem recited by Bhagat: Ramesh Chandra Shah
Cohen number sung by: Karma Takapa
Malwi song sung by: Kaluram Bamaniya
Acknowledgement: FTII, Pune, Indian Railways
Special Acknowledgement: Cafe Good Luck, Pune.