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Ali Fazal and Richa Chadha announce the production house, 1st film titled Girls Will Be Girls

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Ali Fazal and Richa Chadha have announced their production house, Pushing Buttons Studios. Their first film is called Girls Will Be Girls.

Ali Fazal and Richa Chadha announce the production house.

Ali Fazal and Richa Chadha have announced their own production house, Pushing Buttons Studios. The production house’s first film is called Girls Will Be Girls and will be directed by Brooklyn filmmaker Shuchi Talati. The film is the only Indian film invited to the Berlinale Script Station running this year and has also been invited by the prestigious Jerusalem Script Lab.

ALI FAZAL AND RICHA CHADHA PRODUCTION HOUSE

Ali Fazal took to Twitter and expressed his enthusiasm for his first film as a producer with Richa Chadha. He wrote: “Humble and eager to launch our first business. It’s a first feature film for us. Dir’s script #ShuchiTalati is the Indian entry to script station # Berlinale2021. Much more to come from us. I hope to defend all artists from the bottom up (sic). “

ABOUT GIRLS WILL BE GIRLS

The film will be an Indo-French co-production as Claire Chassagne of Dolce Vita Films will also be a co-producer of Girls Will Be Girls. The film defies taboos on sexuality and takes place in a boarding school in a small town in the Himalayas. It tells the story of a teenage girl named Mira and her relationship with her mother.

ALI FAZAL AND RICHA CHADHA TALK ABOUT THE FILM

Speaking about the film, Ali Fazal said: “This is the first time that Richa and I have collaborated on a film as producers and the experience so far has been very rewarding. This film being our first is very important to us. I’m also excited that our studio is entering the market with such a progressive, female-led story. We hope to be able to tell universal and stimulating stories with humor and love. “

Richa Chadha, speaking on the history of the film, said, “The world that Shuchi has created is relatable, often cruel but never hopeless or nihilistic. It’s an honest clumsiness that will make you laugh, not cry. It’s full of lived-in, relatable episodes that we find strangely satisfying – like popping a pimple. The mother in our story systematically dodges the self-sacrificing stereotype of the typical Indian mother – she is complicated, gray, and not a martyr. The dynamic between mother and daughter is so under-explored in Indian and world cinema that the possibilities of “Girls Will Be Girls” gifts are very exciting. “

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