Royal Stag Barrel Select Large Short Films presents Niranjan Iyengar’s ‘Maa’
MUMBAI: Royal Stag Barrel Select Large Short Films presents Niranjan Iyengar’s short film ‘Maa’. Featuring Neena Kulkarni, Dino Morea and Vivaan Shah the film showcases the story of a mother and her son who is a drug addict.
‘Maa’ is an emotional narrative where the mother and elder brother continue to contemplate on how to deal with the younger son’s affliction. As the story progresses, the mother decides to go for an unorthodox treatment to get her son rid of the addiction. The mother’s choice is cruel and kind at the same time but she is not sure if she will be able to bear the consequences of it.
Commenting on the release, Raja Banerji, Assistant Vice President, Marketing, Pernod Ricard India, said “We are indeed delighted to release Maa on our platform Royal Stag Barrel Select Large Short Films. We are proud to associate with phenomenal director, Niranjan Iyenger who is known for his brilliant work.. It gives me immense pleasure to see how the short film industry has grown and evolved attracting a great audience online as well as versatile actors like Neena Kulkarni and talented actors from the mainstream film industry like Dino Morea. In line with the brand’s philosophy of make it perfect, we have and will continue to encourage and motivate talented film makers to showcase their original creativity through our platform. ”
Talking about the film, director Niranjan Iyengar said, “I am extremely excited to present ‘Maa’ to my audience and I am pleased to associate with Royal Stag Barrel Select Large Short Films. The platform truly encourages and motivates filmmakers to showcase their creativity perfectly. I would like to thank them for the brilliant work that they are doing.”
Royal Stag Barrel Select Large Short Films has ushered in a revolution in the field of filmmaking. Through a slew of powerful short films, the platform has successfully redefined movie-watching for cinephiles over the past few years. Not only has it gained immense popularity, Large Short Films has become one of the most credible and celebrated stages for short films in India.