Devashish Makhija has written and directed the multiple award winning films Ajji (Granny), Bhonsle, Taandav, El’ayichi, Agli Baar (And Then They Came For Me), Rahim Murge Pe Mat Ro (Don’t Cry For Rahim LeCock), Absent, and Happy. He has had a solo art show Occupying Silence, written the bestselling children’s books When Ali Became Bajrangbali and Why Paploo Was Perplexed; a collection of short stories called Forgetting; the novel Oonga, and the forthcoming book of poems Disengaged. He is always under construction at www.makhijafilm.com.
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