Top 5 short films of all time

Top 5 short films of all time

Top 5 short films of all time

We live in a world today where content is becoming the king, we all are crazy about movies and web series. With the increase in data usage and decrease in data package prices, we are in the era of Netflix, Amazon prime and what not. But in the race of streaming on these premium platforms, some brilliant short stories and movies fail to reach these platforms. However, they stream on youtube but still need some recognition. 

Short movies are likely to be developed on a subject or to pass on a message. Our film Industry do have some popular directors and actors which may not be so popular on big screens but their splendid work & dedication gave some beautiful stories which are worth watching.

Here is a list of top 5 short movies which you must watch

Bypass

In early 2003 when our famous actors who are currently ruling in our industry were struggling even for a little job and those actors are  Irrfan Khan and Nawazuddin Siddiqui. There is not a single dialogue in this video, so all the actors have to play their roles using their performances & good cinematography.

Raasta

Life is hard for poor little kids who have to struggle for the whole day just to afford some food. Dive into the life of 2 little kids struggling for money as the begging on street-lights.

That day after Every day

This short film is directed by Mr. Anurag Kashyap who is famous for making iconic movies like gangs of wasseypur, queen, lunchbox and others. After giving so many critically acclaimed movies, Anurag Kashyap came up with a story, focusing on eve-teasing & molestation with Radhika Apte as a lead character in it.

Black Mirror

What it feels like to be orphaned and you have nowhere to go at an age of 12, roaming around the metro city just to cope with hunger

You must watch this video from a child’s perspective to unveil the dark side of a Metro City.

Afterglow

In the list of top short stories we can’t forget to mention Winner of the National Award for the Best Short Film on family values at the 60th edition of the awards. A beautiful story of a Parsi family which turns into a sad one because of the tragic death of a husband and how the life of a widow starts.

 

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