Three generations of the Phadke family live together in their home in Mumbai. When the youngest daughter turns the camera towards her family, the personal becomes political as power structures within the family become visible, and eventually unravel. Cruel and comic in equal measure, the film shows the vagaries of affection across generations.
Nikki Baughan, Screen Daily
Archana has a knack for holding her gae as quiet, unassuming moments turn into something far more poignant.
Deborah Young, The Hollywood Reporter.
It’s a small, unpretentious film about ordinary people, but Phadke achieves a nice balance, based on her respect for each family member as a person. Her critical observations emerge naturally, without overt editorializing.