Don’t Be Dotty
Don’t Be Dotty is an autobiographical movement piece which questions conformity to social norms, especially by women, within Indian society. With marriage considered the acme of a
woman’s life, Don’t be Dotty humorously joins the dots – or doesn’t – to form a ‘picture-perfect’ vision of life. Chamko Rani offers a peek into her dotty vision of life, a life lived in the distance between one dot and another.