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With the developing impact of the Internet, short movies are progressively pulling in morewatchers and have turned into a well-known vehicle for story-tellers.Short movies are likewise a field for sprouting producers and devotees to come and play withtheir ability and aptitudes before proceeding onward to the major alliance.
Here are some not to miss watches
 BYPASS
Directed by Amit Kumar and set in the parched locale of Rajasthan, Bypass stars Irfan Khan andNawazuddin Siddiqui in driving jobs. This short uses no captions or discourse, rather itexclusively depends on the exhibitions by acclaimed entertainers and is wealthy incinematography. Coordinated by Amit Kumar, it was made in 2003 when on-screen characterslike Irfan and Nawazuddin were attempting to make an imprint in the business.
 RASTAA
Rastaa is the account of two young men, the two homeless people in the city of Mumbaicoordinated by Digvijay Chauhan. The film portrays the occurrence of a typical day for theseyoung men at a traffic signal, where the two of them battle for survival. Shot in Canon 550 D,the film was screened at MAMI 2011.
 BLACK MIRROR
Directed by Adi Burman this short recounts to the tale of a stranded kid, Ranu, who lost his folksin a bomb impact. Driven by yearning, he meanders around in the boulevards of Mumbai andthe story drives us to the black side of the metro city through his point of view.
 LITTLE TERRORIST
Selected for Academy Award in the year 2005, this short movie has been composed anddirected by Ashvin Kumar. The story is about an honest Pakistani kid who crosses the fringe andachieves Indian soil trying to bring a cricket ball. The remainder of the film tails him on his wayback home.
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