Director: Kumud Chaudhary
Cast: Plabita Borthakur, Svar Kamble, Shataf Figar, Ekalavi Khanna
India, 2020, 109 mins, Hindi & Urdu with English subtitles
His first visit to his hometown in Lucknow becomes a transformative rollercoaster for a 13-year-old Londoner. Attending a simple family wedding escalates into a defining experience where he falls in love for the first time but also experiences the depths of patriarchy, classism and toxic tradition. Through a young boy's bittersweet journey, Chote Nawab sees through the facade of the big Indian wedding to examine restriction, hypocrisy and contradiction in conservative communities.
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