Celebrating the 73rd Republic Day of India, we bring some noteworthy patriotic short films exploring unity, and love
Short Film, Meeras, starring Sadiya Siddiqui, is a compelling work on the continued violence against women for generations.
The bone-chilling aura of the short film in the arid deserts, the story revolves around corruption, theft and violence.
A man received a letter from Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi as a reply to the letters written 70 years ago, watch 'Bapu' yo see what happens next.
Kathakaar, starring Piyush Mishra, narrates the story of a man who is fired from his job but discovers the lost passions through himself.
Gregg Helvey's Oscar-nominated short film, Kavi, implores the modern-day slavery of labourers by narrating the trials of a kid to break free.
It’s been more than 8 years since this film was released but its grasp over you will only get more enhanced with time.
The animated short film by Aditi Krishnadas, ‘Kandittund!’ (Seen It!) is winning hearts with its unique storytelling.
The interesting Malayalam short film 'Ima' presents a unique beginning of love and comfort.
‘Masala Steps’, directed by Rohit Gupta, will change your perspective on life and make you appreciate it a little better.
Written and directed by Sivan Ceepee, ‘It's a Kammal Story’ raises some relevant questions that lie at the heart of our society.
‘Batti’, a short film with the firm message to take off the blindfold of stereotypes from our eyes and look beyond people’s appearances.
Watch the latest international award-winning short film based on India's worst times of famine of 1869. Directed and written by Gaurav Mali.
Written by Ranjith Moukod, ‘Compound’ is a short film that sits as a very real slice of the times we find ourselves living in.
Directed by Aju Ajeesh, ‘Kakka’ is a short film that is more a coming-of-age film than it is a social commentary on India’s fixations.
‘Chi Chi’, written and directed by Surabhi Saral Sachdev, is a short film that touches on insidious practices and perceptions.
Directed by Danish Ali, ‘Rent’ is a poignant short film about the idea of holding onto the people who gave us everything they never had.
Directed and written by Sreejoni Nag, ‘Name Plate’ is a short film that will catch you by surprise with how insightful it really is.
Directed by Shikha and co-written by Surabhi Singh, ‘Maa Aur Smartphone’ is a short film that emphasizes the idea of returning gestures.
Shikha, with her short film ‘Aadhi Raat’, reminds us of the fact that for women, uncertainty can exist in the simplest of things.