The Indian flag is seen fluttering in every nook and corner of the country on Independence Day (August 15) and Republic Day (January 26). But do you know what happens to these flags the following day? I guess we well know and have seen how our beloved tricolor lies like an unwanted item on the roads and, worst, in garbage. (The picture is posted only to create awareness and not insult the Indian flag.)
In order to spread awareness against this practice and to motivate people to pick up our flags from such condition, a group of youngsters from Mumbai have come up with a beautifully moving non-verbal short film. It is called ‘The Day After 15th August’ and it is created by Chaitanya Bahul and Sowmitra Desai under their banner Lukkha Production.
You would be surprised to know that the whole film is shot from a mobile phone camera.
This is it:-