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Watch: Farida Jalal romances Kulbhushan Kharbanda in new short film

Veteran actors Farida Jalal and Kulbhushan Kharbanda have teamed up for director Ankur Tewari's new short film "Scandal Point", a part of Y-Films' anthology "Love Shots".

By: PTI | Mumbai |
Updated: March 29, 2016 6:39:21 pm
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Veteran actors Farida Jalal and Kulbhushan Kharbanda have teamed up for director Ankur Tewari’s new short film “Scandal Point”, a part of Y-Films’ anthology “Love Shots”.

“Scandal Point” narrates the story of a senior citizen couple reliving their romantic college days when they used to drive up to a lover’s point.

“After over five decades of being in the industry and acted in virtually every format including films, television, advertising, it’s incredible to still have a chance to debut in a new digital format and work with such a young crew in such a fun film,” Jalal, 67, said in a statement.

The actress and Kharbanda, 71, worked together in “Pukar”, “Pinjar”, “Garv”, “Soldier” among others.

The short also features a very trippy original soundtrack composed and performed by the Gaurav Dagaonkar featuring Arunima and Anurag.

“Love Shots” is an anthology of six short films that explore love in every form, shape and stage in life.

Watch: Love Shots – Film #4: Scandal Point feat. Farida Jalal | Kulbhushan Kharbanda

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