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Bala is a writer with a ravenous passion for cinema, art, anthropology, philosophy, and satire. He finds solace in introspective allegories with ruminating epiphanies; loves plunging into the abyss of multifaceted cinema; and is a connoisseur of psychological anecdotes. He believes strongly in art-imbuing-cultural-progression and also professes to write with responsibility and motive rather than as a hobby or passion.
Bala currently works as a Story and Screenwriter in the Indian Film Industry and moonlights as a Film Analyst and Content Writer. He believes in the phenomenon of art influencing behaviour, behaviour begetting sanity, and sanity poising the society & culture we all live in and permeate.
He is scrupulous in committing things pertaining to nature to assuage the inevitable existential dread. Loves Nature and staunchly believes in the chaos theory.
Bala is reclusive at heart but expressive on paper! He enjoys accompanying himself amidst the ostentatious principles of human thriving.
Where the Crawdads Sing film tells the story of a marsh girl (Kya Clarke) and her laudable resilience, reminiscent of Brontë’s Jane Eyre. Based on Delia Owens's debut novel, which gained massive attention for its authentic take on a woman’s sacred relationship with nature,
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