Selected under the prestigious banner of PVR Director’s Rare, “All I Want Is Everything” had a theatrical release on March 8th, 2013 in Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Gurgoan. AIWIE is an experimental film made with a shoe string budget of 13 lakhs in 10 days. Based on women friendships, AIWIE was selected by the South Asian Film Festival Goa, Third Eye Film Festival Mumbai and Vibgyor International Film Festival, Kerala. AIWIE is a film made on young women by a team dominated by women. Produced under the banner of Banayenge films by Jhansi Laxmi and Rekha Pappu, AIWIE has been written and directed by debutant Shital Morjaria.
To see women as close friends in a film and portraying them as having a good time, without a love angle, song or a villain, is a rare feature in Indian cinema, which is the intention in All I Want Is Everything. In the cosmopolitan city of Hyderabad, South India, three girls, Nidhi, Vaijanti and Trisha, join a film appreciation course. The film is based on their journey of friendship where the girls bond and find the strength through each other to deal with problems in their individual lives. This 62-minute film in English is shot on HD in the DTS sound format, the film stars upcoming screenwriter/director Sampada Harkara, an alumnus of the Puttnam School of Film, (Singapore), singer and upcoming actor working with Google, Sagari Venkata, and a young rap singer, Iantha Mitchell. Debut director Shital Morjaria works as the executive producer for the news channel TV9. Her show ‘Naveena' based on women’s issues won the Goenka top journalism award. Producer Jhansi Laxmi is well-known in Andhra Pradesh’s broadcasting and movie industry. Co-producer Dr. Rekha Pappu teaches at Hyderbad’s Tata Institute of Social Sciences.