New Delhi, January 17, 2019.
Royal Stag Barrel Select Large Short Films presents Anusha Bose’s short film ‘Shame’. Starring Swara Bhaskar as the protagonist, the movie showcases the journey of a meek, vulnerable woman working at a posh hotel, who emerges from the background to unapologetically reclaim her dignity, confidence and her right to desire. Ranveer Shorey who plays the character of a guest staying at the hotel, yet again delivers a performance which keeps everyone interested in the story.
The Royal Stag Barrel Select Large Short Films platform has been a pioneer in the short film genre. Working with new and established directors and storytellers, the platform is the go to destination for original and powerful short film content. 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 but the platform has also become one of the most credible and celebrated stages for short films in India.
Commenting on the release, Kartik Mohindra, Chief Marketing Officer, Pernod Ricard India, said, “The short film industry has been growing dramatically with viewer habits evolving and our platform, Royal Stag Barrel Select Large Short Films has been at the forefront of driving this change. By creating content across genres, which is original, powerful and perfect we have been able to create a space for ourselves within the Indian short films industry.”
Talking about the movie, he further added, “We are delighted to release ‘Shame’ on our platform and feel extremely proud to collaborate with incredible directors and actors such as Anusha Bose and Swara Bhaskar. 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 creativity through our channel.”
The story of ‘Shame’ is a short film which perfectly depicts the twisted journey of the main protagonist.This dark comedy walks the thin line that separates the two worlds; the haves from the have-nots; the affluent from the service providers; the indulgent from the repressed