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Why Do You Call Them Suncathers

Short Films | 00 Hr 10 Min | 5+

CONTENT LANGUAGE
Hindi

When Mumpy finds out her brother is need of an organ transplant, she decides to become a donor. Ignored by the people she tries to discuss her plans with, Mumpy writes a letter to her sister, Monica. Amidst a rapidly disintegrating household overwhelmed by its circumstance, Monica discovers the letter and must decide the fate of her family.

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