Filmmaker Aneek Chaudhuri gears up for his short film, commenting on the atrocities faced by women in Syria. The film is titled The Last Apple; it speaks about human rights and most importantly, rights of women of that particular region which, according to the director, “has been nullified in recent years.”
Aneek speaks, “I have gone over some deplorable episodes experienced by individuals of Syria who are as yet living under the outline of dread. I had arranged something two years ago, however, I was unable to feel that I was wealthy to make something with conviction. Presently, at this stage, I think I am very ready for it.”
Recently, Syria posed an alarming crisis in international policies. India on March 4 (neighbourhood time), required a target examination concerning the supposed utilisation of substance weapons, and furthermore encouraged the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) to stay aware of the perils of weapons of mass annihilation falling under the control of fear-monger gatherings.
Talking at the UNSC, India’s Deputy Permanent Representative-Political Coordinator to the UN, R Ravindra, said that exercises of fear-based oppressors, particularly the ISIS, have expanded in the district and consequently, the Council should stay “insightful of the risks of weapons of mass obliteration falling under the control of psychological militant gatherings.”