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Short Film Vaidya finishes shooting, Poster out

A new short film titled Vaidya wrapped up shooting in Goa and is now going through the post production process at Baas Films studio in Mumbai. The film narrates the story of Kabir, a regular corporate guy on a solo trip to goa, meeting a mysterious boy Vaidya at a beach and what unfolds ahead.

In lead cast, the film features Ronit Agrawal as Vaidya who has appeared in several short films like The SMS, Last drag, and A Meditation Over the Loneliness of Mr. X and will also be seen in upcoming feature film Titliyaan along with Puneet Kumar Mishra as Kabir – an alumnus of National School of Drama - who has worked with seasoned theater personalities of the country and is being noticed at Char Pandrah at hotstar and NCR:Chapter One at MX player.

Vaidya was shot entirely at beaches of Goa with most of the crew from Mumbai. The film has been written and produced by Harsh Agarwal. The direction of the film is led by Sumit Pawar who is a LGBTQ activist and has directed award winning film Khwaaish along with the documentary Just another love story.. Writer Harsh has supported Pawar as co-director.

The cinematography of the film is handled by Shivam Borkar and Varun Katare from Mumbai and is now being edited by Film editor and director Rahul Tiwari who himself has multiple award-winning films under his belt. Music of the film is being done by music composer Iqbal Darbar.

Director Sumit Pawar said --
When Harsh came to me with the idea of Vaidya, I was instantly ready to do it. The concept was fresh and unique, and the screenplay was tight. We were lucky to have assembled a great crew eventually and had a fun shoot in Goa.
The short film which is being presented by The Qknit is expected to be out in summer – though the poster doesn’t mention an exact release date. Razorpod, Keywordsfly & Katha Studio have come on board as partners.“We are talking with various OTT platforms at the moment and looking at various film festivals at the same time to decide on the best medium to release the film and make it available for people to watch.”, said Harsh.

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