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Kunder’s short film ‘Kriti’ to release exclusively on

Mumbai: ‘Kriti’, a short film produced by and presented by actor Manoj Bajpayee, will be launched exclusively on, a video-on-demand platform.

The poster is a prelude to the 18-minute psycho-thriller, which is scheduled to release in the month of June. Shirish Kunder’s debut short film will showcase three leading actors, Bajpayee, Radhika Apte and Neha Sharma, in a very mysterious and spine-chilling manner as portrayed in the poster.

Bajpayee, who will be seen in a completely unusual role as compared to his previous short films ‘Taandav’ and ‘Jai Hind’, commented: “Acting in short films gives me an opportunity to work with different film makers and the digital medium offers such creative satisfaction”.

The film is an intriguing mix of drama and suspense which will keep the audience hooked throughout. It revolves around a writer (Bajpayee), who finds himself in the middle of a psychological drama, after a set of unexpected events.

Radhika Apte and Neha Sharma’s characters will further add to this mental whirlpool. Manu Rishi, who will be seen also in the film, will play a pivotal role as a police officer. co-founder Piiyush Singh said, “We are very excited to work with such immensely talented actors. Shirish has done a great job and we hope to create such amazing content with him again. ‘Kriti’ has been written in such a way that it will not only have a lasting impression but will also keep you thinking about the film long after it ends. We are sure the audience will enjoy the film and get to know about the work that a portal like Muvizz is trying to accomplish.”