Talking about the allegation that documentary films exploit the misery of the people as subject, Amitabh Chakraborty stresses that one cannot possibly deal in moral absolutes. Firstly, in our country, a documentary filmmaker’s job is hardly considered economically lucrative; so the question of economic exploitation hardly makes any sense. Furthermore, the filmmaking process is not possible without a clear understanding between the camera and the subject. While a documentary filmmaker is certainly performing a necessary function, there’s no need to go ahead and assume all the responsibilities. Furthermore, he also describes how he considers the entire process of filmmaking to be a series of moral negotiations within a societal trope. Producer Putul Mahmood comments that victimhood is not really an all encompassing and permanent position; its relative and also shifting.