Sasha Sanusi is a statement against sexism, battling the inequalities between genders. I have to say, I just don't get it. I mean, if not a sister or aunt, everyone has a mother. So I don't understand how culturally and politically, people (not just men, but women also) could have the audacity to generalise and think less of women.
This film takes you through a journey of emotion with colours and visuals that reveal an over all idea of breaking this vicious cycle of injustice. The film stands with the concepts of unity and empowerment, which I believe women should encourage amongst themselves as a catalyst for equality.