This documentary is based on the struggle and hardship the street based sex workers of Dhaka, Bangladesh have to face in a daily basis. Their earning from per customer is of about Taka 100, which is USD $1.27 only. Neither do they have a sustainable income source nor a secure shelter or access to essential facilities. The circumstances being created under growing economic crisis is forcing them to engage in prostitution. Hence, every day is a struggle for survival for them.

Many want to step out of their profession but aren't able to do so due to lack of employment opportunities. All they are asking for is assistance and guidance. This video contains the true story behind their despair.


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About the filmmaker



I am Neealana Naushin, currently studying in Second year at Asian University for Women, Chittagong, Bangladesh. My intended major is Politics, Philosophy and Economics (PPE). This documentary is basically the first step I took towards my career goal. This played a vital role in my personal research. In the future I am looking forward to working for women empowerment, especially underprivileged women living in my community, in particular, providing the street based sex workers with theit basic needs and rights.


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