Approval The agreement

Season #1
Synopsis: The story of migrants and Immigrants looking for revenge against a Company named Happyshelter. Let's see what is the story behind this mess.
Genre: Documentary

Direction-First we will show the people throwing stones at the building and then……

Kirti (Owner Of Happyshelter Company)-Ha Ha What do these People think will they get money after throwing stones at my building.

Ashton (Assistant)-Ma’am I think You should help those people so that our company can survive.


Ashton-Please Ma’am.

Kirti-Shut up! And do not tell me what to do. I have a bigger position understand.

Ashton-Oh God save me.

Direction-Then the approval goes to the government and they get the news about Happyshelter getting bankrupt.

Then Kirti goes to her house…..

Kirti- Now I am gonna Sleep

Direction-Suddenly a woman named Alice comes in and…..

Alice-Why are you not helping those poor people…

Kirti-I don’t Want to and who are you why are you in my house?

Alice-I am Alice I am here to teach you a lesson.

Direction-Then people started throwing stones at Kirti’s house…..

Kirti-Oh no These people are loony

Direction-Then a stone almost Killed Kirti…

Alice-See This is the cost of life, you were about to die and nobody cares. This is just as same as the migrants and Immigrants life. Someone might have come from X country running for their lives and someone might have also died. Don’t Think about yourself also think about the people and the world. Nobody will leave you if you don’t help them. Now it is your choice.

Kirti-No no no wait I will change myself.

Direction-After that day kirti literally changed herself and She also got money by Helping people Eg-Anand Kumar.

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Adavya Atri

Adavya Atri "Ady" is an American actor, screenwriter, producer, and director. more…

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