It was only when Saira & Salim revisited that the walls crumbled, ached and longed. Seventeen years ago, 2002 communal riots in India took an ugly shape and a family was forced to abandon their burning house. The event meant to be buried under the debris unfolds when they share memories and conversations from a place they once called ‘home’.
Eshwarya is a post graduate film student at National Institute of Design, India. She chanced upon films while studying architecture and believes that film plays a vital role in capturing the emotion of a space or creating a subconscious space where little nuances matter.