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Chunky Panday excited for his short film

Chunky Panday excited for his short film
May 18 (Agencies) | Publish Date: 5/18/2019 12:35:59 PM IST

 Actor Chunky Panday, who is gearing up for the release of his short film “Tap Tap”, says it is one of the most interesting projects he has ever been in.

“Tap Tap” is one of the short films from anthology “Shuruaat Ka Twist” -- mentored by Rajkumar Hirani, Vikramaditya Motwane, Raj Kumar Gupta and Amit V. Masurkar, read a statement.

Talking about the film, Chunky said: “I am really excited to be a part of HumaraMovie’s intriguing initiative ‘Shuruaat Ka Twist’. With a variety of narratives, this film is surely one of the most interesting projects I have been a part of.

“It enables upcoming filmmakers and lets them work under the guidance of veterans of film industry.”

“Tap Tap” is directed by Praveen Fernandes.

The other short films from the anthology by HumaraMovie include “Khauff” by Hanish Kalia, “Adi Sonal” by Heena D’Souza, “Bhaskar Calling” by Sanjiv Kishinchandani, “Guddu” by Gaurav Mehra and “Gutthi” by Avalokita Dutt.

HumaraMovie launched the trailer of the anthology on Friday. Actresses Neena Gupta and Delnaz Irani will be seen featuring in the films.

“Shuruaat Ka Twist” will release on May 31.

1 year after wedding: Harry and Meghan have new home, son

It’s been an eventful first year of marriage for Prince Harry and the former Meghan Markle, now known formally as the Duchess of Sussex.

The besotted couple wed on May 19, 2018 before rapt crowds outside of Windsor Castle, with one of the largest TV audiences ever assembled.

The couple was lucky enough to enjoy beautiful spring weather on their wedding day. They made the best of it by taking a carriage ride through Windsor.

They maintained a frenetic pace of official engagements until Meghan withdrew from most royal duties in March ahead of the birth of their first child, Archie, who was born this month.

Harry and Meghan have also moved from central London to a more secluded location near Windsor Castle in a quest for privacy. 

(AP)

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