Top 5 Indian Short Films
A man falls in love with a girl named Kriti, who suffers from agoraphobia. Problems arise when Kriti decides to move in with him, but his psychiatrist friend does not approve of this relationship. What will the man do for the sake of his love and how will his psychiatrist help him deal with the sudden change of events, forms the rest of the story. A brilliantly crafted psychological thriller, Kriti features Manoj Bajpayee, Radhika Apte and Neha Sharma.
Ahalya is one of the best and most intriguing psychological thriller short films ever made. In a run-time of 15 minutes, it leaves you with numerous questions about what is right and what is wrong and blows your mind away with a twist ending that no one was expecting. Taking inspiration from the Indian mythological character Ahalya, wife of sage Gautama Maharishi, the short film features Radhika Apte, Tota Roy Chowdhury and Soumitra Chatterjee in prominent roles.
Interior Cafe Night
Interior Cafe Night is an incredible story narrated with expertise and emotion, Interior Cafe Night stars Naseeruddin Shah, Shernaz Patel, Naveen Kasturia, and Shweta Basu Prasad. The 12-minute short film is about two long-lost lovers who meet by chance after 30 long years.
Rogan Josh is a short film starring Naseeruddin Shah in the lead role. It is inspired by the 26/11 terror attacks in Mumbai. A perfect dinner conversation leads to an uncomfortable truth.
Chutney is an Indian short film written and directed by Jyoti Kapur Das, co-written by Avneesh Mishra and Tisca Chopra. The story is situated at Model Town where Vanita played by Tisca Chopra is shown narrating a tale to a woman who, the night before, flirts with her husband at a party. The story is sweet, and spicy, just like Chutney.
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