by anshulika dubey (proposing) on Wednesday, January 15, 2014
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To stir an open discussion about how people supress their natural instincts and desires especially when it comes to sex, love and relationships due to society's moral ethics and definitions, and end up leading a life on other people's terms.
I want to nominate Vanshaj Kapur to hold this session at the Goa Project.
The 22-year old film and design student Vanshaj Kapur explores the complexities of morality and human relationships through his film "He who chased the train". The film is about infatuation, friendships, ego, lust and morality.
I believe this will make for a great topic for discussion on an intellectual platform like The Goa Project and Vanshaj can share his experience of unfolding these topics that led him to make the film.
Vanshaj Kapur is a recently graduated Film ad Design student from Symbiosis School of Design. When most students were busy making small budget films, Vanshaj had a bigger idea. He started his own film company out of college - Vanshaj Kapur Films - and ended up making many short films, fashion videos and music videos, some of which also received international accolade. Right out of college, he went on to lead Design and Marketing at Wishberry.in, an online crowdfuding website, as it Chief Creative Officer.
He has also assisted in the popular Milan Luthria directed film "The Dirty Picture" and now has full time joined the director to follow his dream of becoming a filmmaker!