Directed by Ram Prasad Mandal
In this short from India, a young boy changes the way he and his fellow young beggars approach the act of asking for contributions. The film reveals Indian society as one that must see a person’s value before it sees their humanity. Increasingly so, government assistance and other related services viewed as “handouts” are under intense criticism. For this reason, the film’s message, although fitted to Indian caste culture, extends to the western world as well.
Ram Prasad Mandal born and brought up at Jharkhand,India. He did graduation from RSP College Jharia. Then he moved to Delhi for his dream. He did Theatre or Street play in Delhi and study about cinema. In 2010 He went to Mumbai and started working as an assistant director in T.V serials and Films also. He worked seven years in Bollywood with several productions house. In 2016 He has written & Directed three short films. Dada ji ki Diary, Switch Off, Beggars..All three films have been selected in 31 International film festivals.He got Best Childrens Film Award for his “beggars ” film. And Best Asian film Award for “Switch off ” film.Ram Prasad went to Iraq for Al – Nahz International Film Festival. He interacted with International media over there