Over the last few decades, Wazirpur and Badli have emerged as prominent industrial corridors in the urban planning model of National Capital Region of Delhi. As thousands of low income migrant workers moved to these regions, the adjacent residential ‘slum’ settlements have seen a rapid population growth. In this video essay, we look at the ‘Shramiks’ of Wazirpur, the precarious nature of their work, and lifestyles. in search of employment, many from Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, and Bengal migrated with their families to Delhi and its districts of Wazirpur and Badli. Apart from the day-to-day struggles at work, the new generation of migrants faces the challenges of living in slums. Lack of access to clean water, power, and sanitation, have them struggling to make it in the capital city with their skills and educational qualifications. In this video essay, we look at the ‘Youth of Badli’ and the current generation’s challenges. The existing nature of urban imbalances have a significant impact on the amount of time women workers of Wazirpur have for paid work, while catering to their daily intrahousehold obligations. After a long day at the factory, women spend hours preparing meals and taking care of their family and children. Similarly, to support their working mothers, adolescent girls are also compelled to work from a young age, instead of pursuing their education or meet goals from personal aspirations. In this video essay, we look at the ‘Lifestyle in Wazirpur’ and the challenges faced by the women and adolescent girls of the community. The vicinities of Samaypur-Badli are populous with plastic industries. These factories work as manufacturing units for big corporations which outsource their production to these smaller units. While workers working in these factories are endangered by life-threatening hazardous working conditions, they continue to work here due to lack of opportunities and the burden of supporting their families. In this video essay, we look at the precarious working conditions of the plastic industries in Samaypur-Badli. The nature of current urban imbalances and the economic gap between the two spectrums of the population poses hardships in the lives of these labourers from Wazirpur. After an exploitative and strenuous day at work in factories and kothis, men and women continue to struggle to bond their families together while adequately supporting them. In this video essay, we look at the work- lifestyle of the residents of Wazirpur while witnessing their hardships of their work.