Almost a decade ago, Stanley Ka Dabba appeared quietly on the silver screen, wooing audiences and critics with its touching narrative of a hungry schoolboy and the significance of the daily dabba (lunch box) in shaping his self-worth. The film’s writer-director-producer Amole Gupte reunites with four other integral cast and crew members – editor and co-producer Deepa Bhatia, actors Partho Gupte and Divya Jagdale and cinematographer Amol Gole – to give Verve a detailed look into the preparation of this unusual film
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