'Feel Yourself' for Breast Cancer awareness by

MUMBAI: "There are various subjects in our society that needs to be talked about to normalize them" says founder Vikram Tyagi. The digital production house and YouTube channel has been in news for a while with prominent online portals sharing their content for social change videos. Recently, it has rolled out a short film for breast cancer awareness, called Feel Yourself. The film promotes awareness about regular self checkups for breast cancer, as these could be the first alarm call to save from a potential health hazard.


The film has garnered many eyeballs within a short span of release and has been shared by ,many prominent portals. “My mother has been through the disease and she first got to know about the disease through self-checkup. Through this video, we are attempting to convey a message simply that, it is better to be aware than regret later.” added Tyagi is entirely dedicated to social causes videos. It has produced content around various serious issues like Nikah halala, according to which a divorced Muslim woman is forced to marry another man and have sex with him, before she can remarry her first husband. Male equality with a campaign called #screwequality. One of Uffan's pioneer work was every mother’s worst nightmare, the film that spoke about child molestation and touched many hearts. The channel has focused on several similar matters.

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Brands like UrbanClap has joined hands with ufaan. Recently, UrbanClap offered free photoshoots for LGBT couples, ufaan produced a beautiful LGBT campaign around the offer, which was well received. Ufaan has also produced many videos for digital platforms like ScoopWhoop among others. Also, ufaan has been associated with Oxfan to conduct a social experiment on male-female equality.

The channel claims that awareness videos play a vital role in awakening youth towards things that should be changed and online content is the best medium to get people talking about such issues. “By creating such content on media, we want people to open up to taboos that society has created. Such videos are liberating the society” claims Tyagi.

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According to the sources, the in house production of short films can cost between Rs. 40,000 to Rs. 70,000. The actual cost could however vary and depends mainly upon production requirements. The channel's promotion strategy is that its prime focus is content. “We try to make simple content that people can relate to and it can get viral.” said Tyagi. ufaan also asserted that it does not involve in paid online promotion as that does not help videos reach the right audience. It focuses on viral elements and enhance the potential of the video.

The major revenue model  is brand collaborations and production hiring. The channel claims that it is not focused on monetary gains at the moment but is emphasizing on brand building. “Our aim is to be referred for our genre of content” said Tyagi.


Feel Yourself is an in-house production for ufaan. The film is produced by Vikram Tyagi, directed by Surya and shot by Arjun Kukreti. It has been shot in Delhi. The channel plans to come up with some big brands tie-ups in a couple of months. However names could not revealed due to contract closure.

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