Short movies are the best way to showcase any of the small technical,emotional,suspense concepts in just few minutes.by this way the short movie makers get an platform to showcase their film making skills and get into the industries by their talents.
1. Ambani the investor– Vinodnag.
The film begins with a young boy, a drunkard father and two empty bottles. The way it ends, well, you cannot imagine.
Honor winning short movie “Ambani The Investor” is coordinated by Vinod Nag. This is story of a youthful young man who splendidly, changes over Rs 5 into Rs 138 of every a day. He has a place with a poor family however does not ask. Presently you will think how it is conceivable? What works he done to procure that cash? Did he take or utilize his mind? In the present day situation, we don’t discover time to utilize our cerebrum. We simply living like slaves beginning from school to workplace.
2. That day after everyday– Anurag Kashyap.
Told through the lives of three women, it is a story that many can relate to. But it is the ending that leaves a moral for all.
That Day After Everyday is a Hindi short movie coordinated by Anurag Kashyap, composed by Nitin Bhardwaj, and created by Sankalp Acharekar and Omer Haidar. Featuring Sandhya Mridul, Radhika Apte, Geetanjali Thapa and Aranya kaur – the film takes the group of onlookers on a passionate ride finishing at an activity filled crescendo.
3. Dum Dum Deega Deega– Ayush Kapur.
Little Ajju, a pocket-sized urchin who refuses to beg or steal for a living, will show something about how to live like a boss. You might remember this kid from Raanjhanaa, where he had played dhanush’s child version. Well, in this 15:15 minute long film, he will leave you stunned beyond words.
The film is the narrative of a child called Ajju and his standpoint towards life. His dad (Mukesh Bhatt), a lush and a poor person, needs him to ask as a profession. Be that as it may, Ajju, then again, needs to accomplish something else and carry on with a respectable life. He battles his dad and endures, his sister tries to persuade him to make bargains throughout everyday life except Ajju does what he supposes is correct. From the primary scene to the one that progressions the story, influences you to think. Afterward, when you introspect, you’ll likely imagine that you may have taken the simpler way out, not at all like him.
4. 3 Shades– Vivek Joshi.
The value of our National flag and the worth of a child’s life; in less than six minutes, this film will bring you face-to-face with two most embarrassing and bitter truth of our country.
“3 SHADES” An Inspirational short movie of a pure kid is delightfully composed and coordinated by Vivek Joshi. It will reveal to you the tale of a little kid, how his adventure changes between “January 26” and January 27. Kindly do impart this post to others, and disclose to us your story, Share anything that can rouse others or educates a lesson or spread social message.
This is an old one, but the list of India’s best short films would go incomplete with the mention of a movie that packs both Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Irrfan Khan in one frame! But fair warning, this film is not the heart-warming kind.
The Bypass (2003) is a short noiseless Bollywood film with performing artists Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Irfan Khan and Sundar Dan Detha. The movie was composed and coordinated by Amit Kumar. The Bypass was taped on a stranded street some place in Rajasthan, India. The film was appeared at the Edinburgh International Film Festival and Aubagne Film Festival.
After kahani sujoy ghosh brought back his thunder with a 15 mins long thriller ahalya.
The film takes components from the legendary story of Ahalya from Ramayana yet creates an advanced form of it with a turn. In the first story the youthful and delightful Ahalya is tempted by Indra (the ruler of the divine beings), and is reviled by significantly more seasoned spouse sage Gautama to transform into a stone.
7.Lullaby by Poojitha Prasad.
Lullaby is the first Indian film to make it into the finals of the FILMSshort competition, proving that Indian filmmaking is on the up. Lullaby (Laali) tells the story of a mother (Roopa Rayappa) who is being constantly awoken by her crying baby.
Composed and coordinated by Poojitha Prasad, Lullaby was the main Indian film to make it into the finals of the FILMSshort rivalry, demonstrating that Indian filmmaking is on the up. Children’s song (Laali) recounts the account of a mother (Roopa Rayappa) who is by and large always awoken by her crying infant, much to the irritation of her significant other (Sujith Shetty).
Raah was selected by FunOnGo as the Best Indian Short Film in the 11th FILMSshort competition. In Raah a man is giving a pretty woman a lift in his car along a deserted road said to be haunted.
Raah, a short blood and guts movie by Indian chief Prateek Payodhi, was chose by FunOnGo as the Best Indian Short Film in the eleventh FILMSshort rivalry. In Raah a man is giving a beautiful lady a lift in his auto along an abandoned street said to be spooky. A mental power battle soon follows among them on the grounds that both get a kick out of the chance to play tricks.
Written and directed by Aliakbar Campwala, Satsifed??? is a short film with a personal story reflecting the changing world in cities such as modern day Mumbai (Bombay).
Composed and coordinated by Aliakbar Campwala, Satsifed??? is a short film with an individual story mirroring the changing scene in Indian urban areas, for example, cutting edge Mumbai (Bombay); similar to the Oscar winning Slumdog Millionaire. Aslam is a man people come to on the off chance that they require help in Mumbai. Anna is a lovely lady obviously associated with phone sex. She needs his assistance yet how everything fits together is just uncovered toward the end
10.Eye of india-Ben Barkley.
Eye of India by Benn Berkeley was my favouite Indian film from the 11th FILMSshort competition. It is a visually stunning record of a journey across India, shown through the passage of a day.
Eye of India is a visual record of an adventure crosswise over India that features the different culture of one of the world’s speediest creating countries.
Amid a six-week trip, from the tropical shores of Kerala to Nomadic Refugees in the far North, the film features minutes that mean to catch a sentiment change as India rises as a financial super power.