Vikrant Massey's '35mm' is a tribute to Guru Dutt

Television actor Vikrant Massey who made his Bollywood debut with super hit movies like 'Lootera' and 'Dil Dhadakne Do', will now pay tribute to the legendary actor Guru Dutt from his first production short-film titled '35mm'.
Vikrant recently bagged a lead role in Konkona Sen Sharma's directorial debut, and now the actor is in a venture with actress Nivedita Basu has launched a production house 'Home Grown Productions'.
Apparently, Vikrant admires the iconic Guru Dutt a lot for his great work and contribution to Indian Cinema.
The film's lead character 'Guru' which will be played by actor Neeraj Kabi, draws inspiration from real life events of Guru Dutt's life.
The short-film, revolves around a director who falls in love with an actress who is his muse.
It is Vikrant's first project, and is directed by actor Director Chandan Roy Sanyal.
Vikrant in a statement said, "I have admired Guru Dutt as an actor all my life, so when I was approached by my friend Chandan with the script I really loved it hence me and Nivedita Basu who is my partner in my production house Home grown productions decided on for a short film.

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