Marasim, a Hindi short-film by Pradeep Varma
From the director of Urvi, the short-film, which talks about an abandoned relationship, has a mostly Mumbai-based cast
Pradeep Varma, who marked his directorial debut with Urvi, has now come up with a short film in Hindi, which he has titled it as Marasim (Abandoned relatioship).
The director shared an official poster and said, "The grace and expression of the hand-created poster by our designer brings the actual story out."
Produced by Sharath Bharadwaj, the 33-minute short film, is all set to be released at various festivals. "I wanted to make an anthology, but later I came up with this one," says Pradeep, about the film, which will be screened at the festival circuits.
The cast consisting of mostly Mumbai-based actors. As for the story of Marasim, the filmmaker explains. "They say, even when you loose everything, family remains. The protagonist in the film had to wait for 28 years to know who brought him into this world. And when he finally did, his whole world turned upside down. Did it end his agony? Was it a blessing in disguise? Or was it just another twist in the bigger scheme of things by him (Karma) whose family all of us are, is what I have based this short film on."
Meanwhile, Pradeep is planning his next Kannada project, the details of which he will share once everything falls in place. "I am in the scripting stage. I will next look out the right cast, before making an announcement," he says.