|Title||THE MIRROR | UN AIDS|
|Product / Service||UN AIDS|
|Entrant||GOOD MORNING Mumbai, INDIA|
|Idea Creation||FCB INDIA Delhi, INDIA|
|Production||GOOD MORNING Mumbai, INDIA|
|Post Production||GOOD MORNING Mumbai, INDIA|
|Shashank Chaturvedi||Good Morning||Director|
|Robin Dcruz||Good Morning||Producer|
|Swati Bhattacharya||FCB India||Creative Chairperson|
|Shashank Chaturvedi||Good Morning||Director of Photography|
|Tushar Mehra||Goodmorning||Assistant Director of Photography|
This film breaks down gender diversity taboos among children and raises awareness about their rights. All children deserve an equal opportunity to grow up in a safe and loving environment. The film portrays a shy young boy smiling while wearing a woman’s scarf as he sees his reflection in a mirror. The movie captures the pivotal moment of self-recognition.
The film portrays a shy young small town Indian boy, his family is flying kites on the rooftop, a typical activity in small Indian towns, when his mother sees him sulking she asks him if he wants to fly kites for a bit he isn't interested by that activity at all. He realises every member of the house is busy flying kites, so he decides to go to a dressing area & he begins to dress up in Indian woman's attire. He is smiling & joyous as he is wearing a bindi (a sticker worn by Indian women on the centre of their forehead), traditional Indian bangles, applying lipstick & draping a woman's scarf over the head (traditional to Indian women). He then dances in this attire.