Short Film: Kashmir Review

15 . Jun . 2018
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Kashmir, one of the most beautiful places in the world, and one raising emotions. So, TTT went ahead and made a short film that creates a connect between all the problems that Kashmir faces to the aspect of life of a father. This short film has Manav Kaul, Avijit Dutt and Faisal Batliwala performing. The direction is by Sugandha Garg and music is by Arijit Datta.

Manav Kaul plays a young man who’s meeting his father – apparently in the afterlife – and they discuss Kashmir, Manav’s boyhood and how the father can no longer return to Kashmir. There’s also a young boy – who apparently is the son – and how he hasn’t aged. All this is not only about the three stages of a man’s life but also about how Kashmir has changed through lifetimes.

What’s Wow: The concept is good. Its uniqueness stays with the audience. Manav Kaul is a great performer and he brings to the fore the concept of the short film. Faisal Batliwala playing the young kid is good. Avijit Dutt is great, as usual.

What’s blah: Nothing

Parting Shot: A great experience.

Producer: Chintan Ruparel, Anu Gosalia

Co-Producers: Sugandha Garg, Northern Lights

Writer and Director: Sugandha Garg

Cast: Manav Kaul, Avijit Dutt, Faisal Batliwala

You can watch the short Film below :

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