Buzz·Posted on Jan 16, 2014This Powerful Video Is Required Viewing For Anyone Who Lives In A DemocracyWithout saying a word, this mute man will make you want to vote.by Rega JhaBuzzFeed India ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink “Mute” is a 3-minute video by Ram Subramanian of Handloom Picture Company in India. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF It depicts a seemingly mute man complaining passionately about some of India’s most talked-about issues. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Specifically, he complains about potholes on roads, the Indian Supreme Court’s ruling against homosexuality, and the price of vegetables. He also touches on terrorism and gender-related violence. By the end of the video, he is visibly riled up. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF The video ends in a surprising and powerful way, and then, for a brief moment, the screen flashes this message: Watch the full video here: View this video on YouTube Glossary of terms:-Section 377 in the IPC (Indian Penal Code): This is a constitution law forbidding sodomy, which the Supreme Court upheld last month, causing a huge step back for India’s LGBT movement.-Sabzi: Vegetable.-Netas: Politicians/rulers. Voter turn-out at India’s 2009 general election was 58%. India’s next general election is later this year. An ink dot on the index finger is a marker of having voted in India. It was instated to prevent double-voting, and has become a symbol for the electoral process. Find more of Ram Subramanian’s work here.