Discovered by an eccentric ballet master, two gifted but underprivileged Mumbai teens face bigotry and disapproval as they pursue their dancing dreams. 

Directed by Sooni Taraporevala
Produced by Roy Kapur Films and Netflix

Production Sound Mixer, Supervising Sound Designer


How sound sets the stage, an interview with Jennifer Walden
JW: Can you tell me about your overall design strategy on Yeh Ballet ?
UD: The beauty of adding sound to picture is that it represents the flow of time cinematically. Sound seamlessly connects different spaces and events, and helps to shape the sub-conscious narrative underlining a character’s emotions. In my early discussions with the director, we wanted to use sound to bridge spaces, showing Mumbai’s diversity and interconnecting socio-economic differences.

Read the full interview here:

Sound Designer Udit Duseja and Re-Recording Mixer Roland Heap at Abbey Road Studios. Photo by Sooni Taraporevala