Hungama Play premieres short-film ‘Spotless’

MUMBAI: Video streaming platform Hungama Play today premiered ‘Spotless’ – a short film that traces the struggles and indomitable spirit of an acid stack survivor. Featuring activist-turned-actor, Shweta Rohira and music sensation, Sonu Nigam in lead roles, the short film is written and directed by Saurabh M Pandey and produced by Naven Kumar Sharma. Spotless is available to stream on Hungama Play and partner networks starting today.

The story revolves around the emotional and psychological struggle of an acid attack survivor, Aditi (Shweta Rohira). While Aditi tries to let go of her past and face the reality of her life, her husband Varun (Sonu Nigam) tries to help her come to terms with the change in her appearance and hates to see her suffer. Varun, too, is filled with angst for the man who has turned their lives upside down. The story attempts to sensitise the audience about a horrific crime that, for a long time, went unchecked in society.

In addition to its availability on Hungama Play, Spotless will also be available to stream through Hungama Play on Vodafone Play, Idea Movies & TV, Airtel Xstream App, Amazon Fire TV Stick, Tata Sky Binge, SHAREit, and Android TVs. Additionally, Hungama’s association with Xiaomi will enable consumers to watch the short film via Hungama Play on Mi TV.

Speaking about the film, Hungama Digital Media COO Siddhartha Roy said, “Spotless delivers a compelling message, making it extremely relevant for the world we live in. The film highlights a critical issue and makes the audience aware about the gravity of the situation. We have continually worked towards building a diverse library that includes a variety of stories, narratives, languages, and genres, and are honoured to premiere a film on a subject as pressing as acid attacks. We are certain that Spotless will prove to be a thought-provoking experience for our viewers.”

Spotless will join Hungama Play’s vast content library that includes over 5000 films in English, Hindi and regional languages, more than 1500 short films, 7500+ hours of kids’ content, TV shows, originals and over 150,000 short-format videos in various genres like music, film gossip, humour etc.

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