Hindi SHort FIlm- Dry Day directed by Harsh Dedhia

Cast & Crew
Director – Harsh Dedhia
Writers – Karan Sharma
DOP- Akhilesh Srivastava
Producer- Ravneet Mahajan, Method Productions
Music – Shashwat Sachdev
Editor- Shakti Hasjia
Cast- Shishir Sharma & Shashank Arora

Dry Day Hindi Short Film

Harsh Dedhia's (30) film, Dry Day, emerges – its exhibits a father-son relationship without any dramatization, grinding, or a heritage. It just observes two men - the child, reluctant to expand companionship towards his dad, and the father, who is attempting to figure out how to interface with his child. The film discharged as a Terribly Tiny Talkie – the silver screen branch of online small scale fiction makers Terribly Tiny Tales, on January 26. 
It's a relatable circumstance in each child's life, when he's very nearly masculinity, and is confounded about how his dad fits in his group of friends. Children grow up admiring their fathers, and that feeling of wild regard regularly goes about as an obstruction in their fellowship," says Dedhia. 
Dry Day is the tale of how them two, defeat their own anxieties, break the ice, and begin a far-fetched kinship. From sharing data about the scope of liquor and spirits accessible in the market, to thinking back about their relationship when the child was only a youngster, and taking part in a session of carrom for old circumstances purpose, the film advances through minutes. The exchange is insignificant – strong focuses in the film are featured with a delicate foundation score.

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