Mumbai: Royal Stag Barrel Select Large short films latest ‘Mumbai Varanasi Express’ by Aarti Chabria has succeeded in making it's mark with heart...
Mumbai: Royal Stag Barrel Select Large short films latest ‘Mumbai Varanasi Express’ by Aarti Chabria has succeeded in making it's mark with heart touching performance of Darshan Jariwla, Shekhar Shukla and Vivek Singh.
A short film which portrays how the quest for success and material desires takes a toll on our health, 'Mumbai Varanasi Express' embarks on a journey of living life king-size and teaches 'why it is important' to enjoy every moment of it.
Royal Stag Barrel Select Large Short Films has released some of the most prodigious and award winning short films which reflect originality, imagination and perfection such as ‘Ahalya’, ‘Nayantara’s necklace’, ‘Interior Café’, ‘Ouch’, ‘Chutney’, ‘That Gusty Morning'.
Commenting on the release Mr Raja Banerji, Assistant vice president, Marketing, Pernod Ricard India said the short film has already made it's mark by winning several awards.
Starring Darshan Jariwala, Shekhar Shukla and Vivek Singh, ‘Mumbai Varanasi Express’ is a short film about many of us who work too hard to reach a level of success where we can enjoy luxuries and provide our families with a comfortable life.
However, in the very magnetic web of wanting to do better and better, we drive ourselves to a point that when the time comes to enjoy the success, our health doesn’t allow.
The film takes us through the journey of a trying to find the meaning of life.
It portrays that life is made of little yet significant moments which count for more than what money can give us.
It talks about life beyond all things materialistic and beyond all that’s known to us.
The film has received accolades both nationally and internationally.
The protagonist in the film, Darshan Jariwala is a national award winning actor and the sound design of the film has been done by Oscar award winner Resul Pookutty.
Though a short film, it has a melodious song by Kailash Kher.
Talking about the film, director, Aarti Chabria said 'The story of 'Mumbai Varanasi Express' is a depiction of our lives today where we are constantly running in the rat race trying to be successful, but in the process we forget to live our lives and enjoy it.