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A woman is born powerful, they can change things around them, and they have done it time and again, but the rest of the world, including women themselves, always mock them. The Warrior is a story of a woman, a wife, and a mother, Suman. Who wants to come back to the wrestling ring, but her peer woman wrestlers mock her and try to make her realize that women, after a certain age, are better to be at home.

Suman, the main protagonist of "The Warrior," fights with her internal conflict of giving away her crucial match each time she comes across an unavoidable situation. And she fights with the rest of the world and her own community to prove her point that, 'If a woman is determined to achieve something, no matter how difficult it is, they achieve it."

Suman raises the bar for all the mothers and the wives that they can still achieve their dream if they have a strong dedication and determination.

Abhishek has been passionate about movies since his childhood. He embarked on his screenwriting journey during the pandemic when he lost his job, but the real spark came 9 months later, when a comment, "Look for other alternatives, rather than pursuing screenwriting as a career - it's not your cup of tea" he received on his first ever feature through coverage services from one of the esteemed, script services organizations. Ever since then, he never looked back. He reduced his sleep timings and replaced his recreational time with learning and practicing the craft by writing shorts. He has written six shorts thus far, but "A Combat Of The Most Intriguing Mind" is his first short that comes out flourishing, until now he has rewritten this short almost thirty-three times, and each time I read the newer version, I feel envious for the level of dedication he has towards the craft as the story and writing get leveled up with each rewrite. Fueled by the never-give-up attitude, he has created a distinct portfolio of award-winning shorts, and he's still up to revising all his shorts to make them look emotionally and visually appealing while reading. Alongside, he's writing a feature and developing a pilot for a limited series. "A Combat Of The Most Intriguing Mind" is a regular on Coverfly Red List and is currently in 7th position on the Red List. Four of his other shorts, "Confession Of A Felon Mind, "Skirt That Bleeds", "Fading Night That Shallows A Breath", and "The Wishes That Urges The Mute Boy Talking", are also equally intriguing. more...

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