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Top 5 Indian Short films that can be watched over a weekend

Short films are well known for its off beat reels on those topics which remain untouched in commercial cinema. Production of short films still continues in Indian cinema. But large scale TV shows and commercial movies are made on all OTT platforms, in which the disappearance of these short films is a common thing. Here we are going to talk about some such top rated short films. Let's know about some of the great short films of 2020 on YouTube which can be seen during the weekend.

1. Devi

Devi short film starring Neha Dhupia, Kajol and Shruti Hassan is a story of nine women. Women who are surrounded by many types of society, who are forced to maintain sisterhood due to all circumstances. In which they are forced to share the story of abuses. Devi topped the most talked about short films of 2020

2. Mishti Doi 

Mishti Doi's story is a touching family story about a widower who makes all arrangements to welcome his daughter-in-law and son and puts in a lot of efforts for them. The story of this short film tests their bond as a family and also sends a message about family feelings to the audience about family feelings.

3. Ghar Ki Murgi

Ghar ki Murgi short film starring Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari and Sakshi Tanwar is a story that depicts the lives of housewives. In which Sakshi Tanwar is in the lead role while Ashwini is playing the role of an odorous female housewife. This story depicts the daily life of all housewives. The Short film has more than 4 million views on YouTube.

4. Holi Ka Dahan

The Story of Holi Ka Dahan short film revolves around the festival of colors as per its name. Anuritta Jha starring Holi Ka Dahan breaks her relationship because it becomes toxic and shows her happy shades of herself in the form of colors.

5. Nawab

Nawab is also the top rated short film on YouTube which has already crossed 1.1 million views. Aparshakti Khurana Starring Nawab is the story embracing the love of the dog. Nawab is 9 minute long.


Published: January 19th, 2021

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