‘˜That Day After Everyday’ is a film that deals with eve teasing and it’s many tragic consequences
The 20 minute film, ‘That Day After Everyday’, makes you realise that things aren’t exactly hunky-dory for Indian women. The movie is created not to harp about the sorry state of affairs, but to provide a solution of sorts. Anurag Kasyap’s cast and crew focus on how women can better their lives by not running around scared and how that might make a huge difference in nipping the whole issue of eve teasing in the bud.
The movie is not earth shattering, but breaks something inside you with the make believe performances by convincing actors like Radhika Apte and Sandhya Mridul.
Radhika, who was last seen in Shor in the city, steps into the shoes of a small town girl who’s a victim of the eve teasing nuisance. She’s frightened and clueless about how to deal with her inhibitions until something drastic happens. Sandhya Mridul plays the role of a motivator, a guide, who persuades Apte and her friends to stand up against the sinister morons and look at them right in the eye.
Do watch it if you are in a serious introspective mood…it might help you get a different perspective!