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For All That You Are short film to debut on Hungama Play

Directed by Avantika Khattri, the film revolves around a former lesbian couple unaware of each other's intentions.

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Avantika Khattri's short film, For All That You Are, was premiered this week on Hungama Play. The award-winning short film, featuring Khattri herself and Tatiana Tat, delves into love and retribution. It follows a former lesbian couple, from different cultural backgrounds, who get back together but are unaware of each other's intentions.

The film has several awards from Best LGBTQ Film at the Top Shorts Film Festival in the US, Best Woman Filmmaker at The IndieFEST Film Awards to Best Actress at Actors Award Los Angeles and Accolade Global Film Competition in the US.  

For All That You Are is also produced by Khattri, along with Dhiraj Sarode, under the banner of Mad Hatters.

In a press release, Khattri spoke about her first short film. "For All That You Are is a film very close to my heart as it’s my directorial debut and has also turned out to be a super success story for my company Mad Hatters," she said. "It explores the relationship between the two leads in an emotionally mature manner. The protagonists are vulnerable, yet act in ways that shock the audience. I am glad that with its availability on Hungama Play, users worldwide will be able to watch my film."

Viewers can also stream the short film on Airtel TV, Amazon Fire TV Stick and SHAREit through Hungama Play. As Hungama also has a tie-up with Xiaomi, their customer can also watch For All That You Are on Mi TV via Hungama Play.

Siddhartha Roy, COO of Hungama Digital Media, said, “We take pride in offering our users a multilingual and multi-genre library that includes a wide range of Indian and international movies, short films, documentaries, TV shows, kids’ content, original shows and short-format videos. For All That You Are will join our curation of award-winning films and offer our viewers a fresh form of storytelling.”

Watch the short here.