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Meet the Ice Men of Mumbai’s Largest Fish Market | Short Film Showcase

Baraf (ice in Hindi) is essential to almost every step of the fishing supply chain at Sassoon Docks, Mumbai’s largest fish market. This film takes you through a day in the life of the workers responsible for it.
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