News Hindi

Sambhavtaha and Tungrus win big at Critics Choice Short Film Awards


The ceremony, held on 15 December, was organised by The Film Critics Guild and Motion Content Group.

A still from Tungrus

IANS

Two short films Sambhavtaha and Tungrus won big at the Critics Choice Short Film Awards.

The ceremony, held on Saturday (15 December), was organised by The Film Critics Guild and Motion Content Group with the intention to recognise and appreciate the inventiveness and creativity of short storytellers across the country.

The short (fiction) film Sambhavtaha won multiple awards, including Best Film (Fiction), Best Actor for Vikas Patil and Best Director and Best Writer-Fiction for Gaurav Madan.

Tungrus, a 14-minute documentary which revolves around a family that has adopted a rooster and decides to kill and eat their pet to bring back the normalcy of their lives, won the Best Film Award (Non-Fiction).

Rishi Chandna won Best Director (Non Fiction) trophy and Neha Mehra won the Best Editor award for Tungrus.

Another short, The Black Cat bagged the Best Cinematography for A Vasanth and Best Music for Advait Nemlekar at the Short Film Awards.

The awards ceremony was attended by some of the most talented names in the entertainment industry. Pankaj Tripathi, Sriram Raghavan, Kunal Kapoor, Gulshan Deviah, Shriya Pilgaonkar, Sohum Shah, Maneesh Sharma, Naveen Kasturia, Amole Gupte, Deepa Bhatia and Sharat Katariya amongst others were in attendance.