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SRK’s FAN actress Sayani Gupta in short film ‘Call Waiting’

Actress Sayani Gupta, who will be seen in Shah Rukh Khan's FAN, will also be seen in a short film titled "Call Waiting", directed Anurag Kashayp's sister Anubhuti Kashyap.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: March 10, 2016 3:45 pm
Sayani Gupta, Shah Rukh Khan, fan, Sayani Gupta fan, Call Waiting, Call Waiting short film, Sayani Gupta fan role, Shah Rukh Khan fan, fan, fan cast, entertainment news Actress Sayani Gupta, who will be seen in Shah Rukh Khan’s FAN, will also be seen in a short film titled “Call Waiting”, directed Anurag Kashayp’s sister Anubhuti Kashyap.

Actress Sayani Gupta, who will be seen in Shah Rukh Khan’s FAN, will also be seen in a short film titled “Call Waiting”, directed Anurag Kashayp’s sister Anubhuti Kashyap. The film is a three and a half minute story depicting an emotion every girl goes through during her 20s. The story is about a girl (played by Sayani ) who is waiting for a call from her crush. It also in a way focuses on growing importance of telephone in ones life.

The film is inspired by a 100-year-old tale written by Dorothy Parker ‘A Telephone Call’. The film is produced by Guneet Monga and written by Swati Bhattacharya.

Shot over just one day, Sayani says, “It’s a sweet film of a girl who is experiencing that feeling which all of us have gone through at some stage in our life.. The plethora of thoughts that come to our mind while we are waiting for someone to reply or call.. That strange feeling of being unsure, impatient, excited sometime and restless..It’s a one woman piece, a single actor who is just expressing her current state of mind.”

“Guneet (Monga) asked me if I would be interested in doing a short film that was being directed by Anubhuti Kashyap and was written by Swati Bhattacharya, who recently became the first woman CCO of india in FCB Ulka. I have been hearing a lot about both these women and had already worked with Guneet for another short film called Bunny. So, I jumped at the offer and was more than happy to collaborate. We were barely five people running to various locations in one day to shoot this.. We had no permission and it was completely shot guerrilla style. I like working in such a collaborative process as the work that comes out of such experiences is much more organic and fun. And film making is all about the little magic that is born from collaboration.”

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