Four ordinary lives. One extraordinary time. Not every lockdown is the same. Shot across Kanpur, Manali, Bhopal and Mumbai in lockdown, Unseen is a web series that covers the stories you never tell.
Naina’s life has suddenly changed in lockdown. She was an independent woman: she had her own apartment, her own life, and now she’s suddenly forced to live with her parents again. But that’s not all. She has a secret. She struggles with a decision, but can’t find the right words to reach out for help. She’s more lonely than she’s ever been. But is she really trapped because of lockdown, or because of societal constraints?
Aditya seems productive in lockdown. But as you watch on, you realize his life is collapsing around him. How do you deal with grief in lockdown? It’s okay to not be okay. Check out his story in the second episode of Unseen, our lockdown series that explores mental health, grief and anxiety during the pandemic. Sometimes the things you need to say are the ones you can't say at all.
Anita has read about the migrant crisis created by lockdown extensively. She’s a journalist: she prides herself on being well-informed and progressive. She understands the statistics, but when she interviews some migrants in-person for an interview, she’s left shell-shocked. Check out her story in the third episode of Unseen, our lockdown series.
Jai is all about supporting others in their time of need. He sees himself as warm and generous. But when his father refuses to stay at home during lockdown, he can’t control his anger. What comes first in a pandemic- family or duty? Check out his story in the fourth episode of Unseen, our lockdown series that explores mental health, grief and anxiety during the pandemic. Sometimes the things you most need to say are the ones you can’t say at all.