Kadambari Creations Digital Films is back with another Assamese short film ‘Simple Suwali’ to be released on September 24.
The film revolves around a seemingly innocent NRI youngster, who wants to experience the pleasures of marital life. The boy returns to his hometown in search for a ‘simple girl’.
This Dikshu Sharma and Richa Bhardwaj starrer, written by Harsh Siddhanta and directed by Samujjal Kashyap, also features talented regional actors such as Jolly Laskar, Deepak Kumar Roy, Stuti Choudhury, Birina Chakravorty, Harsh Siddhanta and Javed Akhtar.
“Simple Suwali is a very interesting comedy in the Rom-com genre. It will be a very entertaining film and the cast comprises two very popular singers of Assam Dikshu Sharma and Richa Bhardwaj. One of her (Richa’s) songs got very popular last year,” Samujjal Kashyap, director of the shortfilm told EastMojo.
This film comes after seven of the director’s other popular films like Arranged, The Radio Guy, Lovebirds and Maya Baidew which have been uploaded on YouTube since the first COVID-19 induced lockdown in 2020.
“I have done the Cinematography myself and it has been edited by Gautam Majumdar. This being a comedy film, we expect a lot of views and we hope people enjoy the film. This will help us bring better films in the future,” the director added.
“It was nice shooting with Samujjal, because I know him from last 12 years. My first song Aah Oi Aah which was the turning point for me, was edited by him. We are friends since them. Samujjal is a very good director and I’m happy to be a part of this film. this is my second short film but it is more prominent than the first one,” said Dikshu Sharma, who will be playing a lead role in the film.
“I think the audience will love the film,” said the actor, appreciating the script of the film which he called ‘fast’. A great job has been done with the background score too, by Harjeet Diaz.
When asked if he would like to release his films on any OTT platform other than YouTube, Kashyap said, “YouTube is still a very good platform, I think it is one of the best places to put forward our work as an independent film maker and through this platform we have been able to reach out to audiences and fans despite the pandemic. So, we are expecting people to share and we hope there is a buzz about the film.”
Kashyap received a National Award for the Best Investigative Film – Tezpur 1962, in the year 2015. He has been refraining from making vines or slapsticks, saying that his team are trying to do proper short films that are ‘aesthetically beautiful’.
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