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Multi-award winning 'Three and a Half' continues to shine

Team OGS


While their latest film ‘Namdev Bhau in Search of Silence’ has just started its run on the film festival circuit, the director-producer duo, Dheer Momaya and Dar Gai, continue to celebrate their one-year-old debut film ‘Three and a Half’ (Teen Aur Aadha). After travelling to over 40 film festivals and bagging 20 accolades, the film’s most recent triumph came in the form of six awards at the 9th Bridges International Film Festival in Greece.


A behind-the-scenes still from the film

Nominated in nine categories, the film won awards in six 



Best Director and Script went to the deserving Ukrainian director Dar Gai, who shot the film in just three long takes of approximately 40 minutes each.



 MK Raina and Suhasini Mulay in the film                                                                                                                                                                                                          

The veteran actress Suhasini Mulay won Best Actress in a Supporting Role for her poignant performance. Best Production Design went to Madhur Madhavan, Best Sets and Costumes to Lovedeep Gulyani and the dynamic team of the film won the Golden Pegasus Award Goes for Best Feature Film

The film narrates the story of one house which exists in three different eras. A young boy struggles with the pressures of pre-pubescent school life. Twenty years later the house is now a brothel where a young virgin sex-worker is dealing with her first client. While 30 years later, the place is now a sublime home of an elderly couple that love, laugh and dance together, sharing many secrets of happy companionship. The film has been shot in three takes and a half-take at the end, which exhibits the house under renovation, symbolising the emergence of new stories and the inevitable nature of change in time.


The Jugaad Motion Picture banner continues to be lauded for their one of a kind, team effort and passion in all their projects.