A househusband and his transperson partner discover happiness at the end of their miserable day with the assistance of care and affection for each other in an utopian building in the city where disabled, blind, gay, and transgender people live peacefully. A handicapped man and a transperson are living together as a couple. The guy faces several difficulties as a result of his physical impairment, and the transperson faces numerous challenges as well. The film, Bit of Happiness (Thodi Si Khushi), highlights a rough and tragic incident of their routine day. However, when they come together and express their love and concern for one another via their deeds, they find a bit of happiness, which gives them the strength to face life’s challenges and go forward with a positive outlook.
I believe the characters in this film are norm-defying, open-minded individuals with whom I can deeply relate. A male makes money and runs the home under the typical Indian patriarchal family system and traditional culture, whilst a woman conducts household labour such as cooking and assisting the man. In my short film, I attempted to shatter that monopoly by portraying a man as a househusband and a transgender person as his partner, who earns and runs the home. The percentage of joy in life may be less than the proportion of problems, misfortunes, and sufferings. However, it provides us with the fortitude to go on with our lives. Little surprises, joyful moments, compassion, care and concern for our loved ones can bring positivity and strength to our lives. Little happiness can help us to overcome tons of problems and proceed in life.