A personal narrative in the form of text panels intervening a public discourse, the video projection, form the 2 visible elements of the installation. I have used text from a recent interview of my parents taken by an NGO in India. In the backdrop of the current tense socio-political environment in India where its far-right government is passing laws that are changing the secular social fabric of India my parents have been interviewed as one of the inter-religious married couples. In the interview, they talk about their individual backgrounds, their marriage, the current situation, and a recent ordinance that has been passed in one state which makes it extremely difficult for inter-religious couples to get married and puts them in a vulnerable situation. Translating the text from Hindi to English I have used the transcript from the interview as the cut-out stencil-like screen, the apparatus of filtration. Digitally recaptured and edited news video footage of harassment cases of couples of inter-religious marriages in India have been used for the video projection. Acting through opposing forces this installation aims to create a space or ethos of accepting multiple truths, embracing ambiguity and differences.