Rasta is the story of 2 boys, who are beggars on the streets of Mumbai. The film narrates the incident of every day within the lifetime of these boys at a stoplight, wherever they each struggle for survival. This movie is shot in Canon 550 D and was screened at MAMI 2011.Rasta is directed by Digvijay Chauhan.
This movie is set within the arid region of Rajasthan.
Irrfan Khan and
Nawazuddin Siddiqui are in leading roles. This short film uses no subtitles or dialogues. Instead, it only depends on the acting by these popular actors and is made in filming. Directed by
Amit Kumar, this masterpiece was created in 2003 when actors like Nawazuddin and Irrfan were troubled to create a mark within the movie business.
This short tells the story of a boy Ranu, who lost his folks during a blast. Driven by hunger, he roams around within the streets of urban Mumbai and therefore the story leads us to the dark aspect of the metro city through his perspective. This short is directed by Adi Burman.
7. That Day After Everyday
Made beneath massive Short Films by
Anurag Kashyap and starred actor
Radhika Apte within the lead role, this short focuses on the difficulty of molestation and eve teasing. Anurag Kashyap whose aptitude lies in narrating gritty realities of the fashionable world provides the viewer with millions of grey characters. This short film is written by Nitin Bhardwaj. The film keeps you affixed until the tip.
6. Tubelight Ka Chand
With unbelievable music and sound style, this innocent film by
Shlok Sharma takes the audience back to the great recent days of childhood. With virtually no dialogues, the film does a good job of keeping the audience interested. The lead of the film, Master Mahomet Shariqi delivers a beautiful performance that makes the short a treat to observe.
This short film is a masterpiece created by the famous film-maker
Mira Nair, and the story is written by
Zoya Akhtar and
Vishal Bhardwaj. It is centred on the problems of AIDS awareness and has Irrfan Khan,
Shiney Ahuja and
Raima Sen in pivot roles.
4. Little Terrorist
This movie was nominated for an Oscar in the year 2005. The story is regarding an innocent Pakistani boy who crosses the Indian border in an endeavour to fetch a ball. The remainder of the film follows him on his means back home. This short film is a masterpiece of
This is a Bengali film, it takes on the conceptualised version of Ramayana in a very 14-minute short film. The film has Radhika Apte and Soumitra Chatterjee in lead roles. At a time once the short was discharged, it had created lots of buzz on social media. The epic adventure story is certainly a must watch. It is directed by
Sujoy Ghosh who is famous for the movie, ‘
Gitanjali Rao tells the story of 4 immigrants crafted along in an exceeding sequence of montages. This short film concerns the fashionable day complexities of the struggles in an exceedingly big city. Over the story, Chai offers a unique outlook towards life that can't be forgotten.
Winner of the National Award for the most effective Short Film on family values at the sixtieth edition of the awards, Afterglow may be a tragicomedy a couple of Parsee widow who has lost her husband and therefore the commiseration guests who are available to supply their mock sympathy. Watch this gem of a movie by Kaushal Oza, which provides a brand new perspective regarding family values to the viewer.