Mumbai, the commercial capital of India and a city of concrete structures is a preferred choice by many for the life it offers. But behind the glamour and opportunities lies the dark underbelly. The city that is always buzzing and fast moving has its share of shocking moments when every dream comes crashing down forever. In the race to run after their dreams people sometimes end up risking everything, including their lives. More than 3,500 people every year die of crossing railway tracks in Mumbai. The Documentary "The Crossing: Look, Listen and Live" highlights the fact of how crossing railway tracks can prove life threatening. It shows how the families of the deceased are surviving after losing their loved one within a flash of a second. With the city of Mumbai running on the local trains this documentary is a public awakening for commuters about the harmful effects of railway crossing. In the pursuit of chasing dreams the journey is cut down in a fraction of second by stepping the foot on the wrong path.
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