Vikram Divecha’s film is an archive of negotiated futures. Veedu, which translates to “house” in Malayalam, is an inquiry about the structures that some migrants design and build in anticipation of their eventual return to India. This work documents the experience of a Keralite migrant family residing in Sharjah as members negotiate the ideals of an aspirational future home in Kerala. Divecha’s work, part of an ongoing project, unravels how negotiations over the house’s AutoCAD design are shaped by the complex intersections of gender, class, caste, ethnicity, and migration. His work enables us to see how imagining one’s home is premised on exclusionary political projects and intimate relational constructions simultaneously.