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Krishna Shroff shoots a documentary

DC | SUBHASH K. JHA
Published Nov 7, 2014, 5:07 am IST
Updated Mar 30, 2019, 4:11 pm IST
Jackie Shroff’s daughter’s documentary is on the transgender community
A still from the documentary Black Sheep, which Krishna shot on her own.
 A still from the documentary Black Sheep, which Krishna shot on her own.
Mumbai: While Jackie Shroff’s son, Tiger Shroff, made his debut as a hero this year, his pretty daughter Krishna has decided to make her presence felt behind the camera.
 
Krishna Shroff has just completed a documentary on the transgender community, which she shot on her own. While the family, which doesn’t believe in publicising its achievements, tried to keep the project low profile, a friend of the Shroffs says, “Krishna is a very talented girl. She could’ve excelled in any field, academics or fine arts. But she was very clear about what she wanted to do.”
 
The documentary, titled Black Sheep takes a lingering but dispassionate look at the transgender community.
Krishna’s proud mother Ayesha Shroff says, “The documentary  focuses on the transgender community’s hopes, dreams and joys as opposed to the murky sordid side of their lives that keeps recurring in all the discussions on the community.”
 
She adds that Krishna shot the documentary all by herself. “Krishna made this documentary in collaboration with her professor from her university, an Indo-British lady named Reshal Shah.” —
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