Scores of people are investing money to bring to life onscreen the story of six-year-old Chuskit who becomes a paraplegic after a fall. Crowd funding is the way to go, say independent filmmakers who want to retain their creative integrity.
Chuskit is six years old — bubbly, innocent, mischievous. She is full of life like all girls her age. She lives in, what the people of the plains call, the mountain desert — Ladakh; immense plateaus canopied by the bluest of blue skies; a land brushed in browns of varied hues and polka-dotted by red robeclad monks.
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