Love and Freedom are vital in upbringing of a child. Majority of current generation parents are killing the creative sense of children by restricting them to school books. Every child needs equal time to study and equal freedom to play for healthy nurturing of their tiny brains. Some parents may even turn stubborn and spank kids creating an un-curable stress and damage their mental condition.
If mothers treat this as basic responsibility in planning a brighter future for their tots, on the other side there are children who aren’t cared and are devoid of those basic facilities found on Hyderabad streets working as child labor. However, a balance between mothers love and child freedom can result in a bloomy relationship between two. Here is a clean and neat attempt made by director Gopal Guntupalli based on a day to day seen story in every household in the form of a short film titled ‘A Day Out.’
The film in brief touches the diverse angles on a mother’s love and child’s freedom. Samhith, the little cute chubby boy has done a very good job having a day out on Hyderabad roads away from his regular school books only till the time his pockets have gone empty and rats started running in stomach to bring him back to mom and home. Sujani, the mother is a true clone of current generation mothers who has showered the majesty of love in last portions. All in all, ‘A Day Out’ short film is an easy connecting topic to all the mothers and children.
Handling the topics on child psychology needs lot of observation and deep sense of study. Appreciations to Gopal Guntupalli and Medis Pharmacy for a tender heart touching topic dealt so sensitively. Well done, technical crew and casting.