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Ketaki Haldipurkar    |   Ketki Saxena   |   Hemanth   |   Juny Wilfred  |    Palash Vaswani

Ashwin Dongre   |   Nitish Kumar   |   Sameer Jena   |   Kavita Dicholkar

Juny K Wilfred
+91 9930 10 4861

Applied Electronics & Instrumntn, College of Engg, Trivandrum

Address : "Kunnelakat" House, H.No 35/3075, Palarivattom, Kochi, Kerala PIN: 682025

Interests: SFX, 2-D Animation, Direction & Cinematography, Story telling and narratives

“Ek Rupaiyah” – An animated short on abandoned children
Guide: Prof. Nina Sabnani

A film on abandoned children, “Ek Rupaiyah” is on a little incident that most people in Mumbai would have come across. A beggar girl coming and holding our hand is not new to us; the film just tries to look at the whole act from the kid’s point of view. The small period of research that I was with the kids had left a few imprints in me and the movie is a result of this.

Centered around the picture of the kid holding a girl’s hand the film shows the difference in the meaning of this act to the kid and to the rest of the people. The technique used was 2D cell animation, with hand rendering using colour pencils