5 Brilliant Short Films You Can’t Afford to Miss

5 Brilliant Short Films You Can’t Afford to Miss

MovieThe best way to convey your message to the world is in the form of media and entertainment. The filmmakingindustry is improving day by day with a different variety of films. ‘Short films’ are trending in the entertainment business as they are the best form of portrayal in less time.

Here are few beautifully written and shot short films you should watch  

  • Ahalya

Ahalya is a Bengali film with English subtitles released in 2015 starring Radhika Apte, Tota Roy Chowdhry, Soumitra Chaterjee and Druv Lal. The story of the film is Police officer Indra visits Goutam Sadhu, a famed artist who lives with his attractive wife, to enquire about a missing Arjun. Things take a turn when Goutam brings out a doll that resembles Arjun.

Director: Suyog Ghosh

Screenplay: Suyog Ghosh

Story by: Suyog Ghosh  

Language: Bengali

Watch the full movie here:


  • The virgins

The virgin is a Hindi short film movie released on 30 th June 2016 starring Pia Baajpai, Divyendu Sharma, and Akshay Oberoi. The movie beautifully depicts the couple caught between old expectations and modern society. It also takes on the issue of virginity in India.

Director: Sandeep A. Varma

Screenplay: Sandeep A. Varma

Language: Hindi

Editor: Aarti Bajaj

Get to see the full movie here:


  • Chutney

Chutney was released on 28 November 2016. This film will take you on a ride of the morals of the society. It very well depicts the two different sides of the society. The great acting is the cherry on the cake.

Written andDirected by:  Jyoti Kapur Das

Screenplay:  Tisca Chopra and Rakesh Mehra

Language: Hindi

Editor: Monisha R Baldawa

Watch it here:


  • Kite – The Messenger

Throughout the movie, a young boy named Hussain whose father is a tea vendor, questions about humanity and religion. The boy sets a good example of humanity with this movie.

Director: Partha Sarathi Manna

Writers: Bhanu Prakash Jha (story) 

Full movie:


  • That Day after Everyday

That day after Everyday was released in 2013 starring Radhika Apte, Sandhya Mridul, Mahesh Balraj and Akash Sinha deals with the issues of eve-teasing and molestation.

Director: Anurag Kashyap

Cinematography:Avinash Arun

Screenplay:  Nitin Bhardwaj

Full movie:

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Published Date: 2017-10-14 | Tags: 5 Brilliant Short Films You Can’t Afford to Miss, 5 short films, best short films, corporate films in mumbai, short film makers, top short films