Often in our modern societies, families stand firmly to show that they are progressive and support modern ideas. They uphold women’s empowerment, talk against patriarchy and clap for same-sex love. However, it is only practical until they are not affected. The moment one of their own acts on these, they are immediately corrected or prosecuted.
“Kisses & Koffee” by Mounika Kodeboina tells the story of two girls who are in love and call each other Kisses & Koffee. They believe in their families’ pretence about their progressiveness and reveal their feelings. Not only are they shunned, but there is much more in store for them.