A dramatic monologue performed by Nina Wadia, exploring the duality of a young Asian woman’s life. She has two different lives and two different names. Sita is a hard-working student studying law and taking care of her father and brothers, while Gita is a lap dancer in a club earning money to buy her independence. How does she reconcile these two aspects of herself?
Pratibha PARMARPratibha PARMAR
One of the leading directors in documentary films, PARMAR has won numerous awards at many film festivals. Her major works are Kush (1990), which deals with race and sexuality issues in the UK, USA and India, A Place of Range (1991), which portrays the lives of human right activists, Angela DAVIS and June JORDAN, Warrior Marks (1993), Jodie: an Icon (1995), Wavelength’s (1998), Sita Gita (2000), Nina’s Heavenly Delights (2006), and Alice Walker: Beauty in Truth (2013).