LIFF: Home Address (Ghar Ka Pata) + rec Q&A

Dir: Madhulika Jalali
India / 2020 / 67mins

In the Cinema

London Indian Film Festival 2021

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Price: £9 (£7 concessions)

A heartfelt documentary following director Madhulika Jalali as she searches for her identity as a Kashmiri Pandit woman.

In the early 90s, six-year-old Madhulika and her family fled Rainawari - a quaint suburb of Srinagar - in response to Kashmir’s separatist insurgency. Twenty-four years later with no memory of her birthplace, she returns to visit her lost home with her family.

Weaving together impromptu conversations, family anecdotes and stunning footage from the streets of Rainawari where she is welcomed back by her childhood neighbours, Home Address (Ghar Ka Pata) reveals deep and personal connections that go beyond religion and politics.

Hindi, Kashmiri, English, with English subtitles.

Home Address (Ghar Ka Pata) screens as part of the Bagri Foundation London Indian Film Festival. Find out more about LIFF 2021 (17 June to 4 July) here