Royal Stag Barrel Select Large Short Films presents short film ‘Laddoo’ by debutant director duo Sameer Sadhwani and Kishor Sadhwani. Starring Kumud Mishra, Manasi Parekh and child artist Kabir Sajid, the movie showcases the journey of an inquisitive young boy who is on a quest to find answers to his mother’s religious beliefs. Kumud Mishra who portrays the character of Maulvi delivers a power-packed performance and leaves a lasting effect on the minds of the audience.
The Royal Stag Barrel Select Large Short Films platform has been a pioneer in the short film genre. Working with new and established directors and storytellers, the platform is the go-to destination for original and powerful short film content. Through a slew of powerful short films, the platform has successfully redefined movie watching for cinephiles over the past few years. Not only has it gained immense popularity but the platform has also become one of the most credible and celebrated stages for short films in India.
Commenting on the release, Kartik Mohindra, Chief Marketing Officer, Pernod Ricard India, said, “The short film industry has been growing dramatically with viewer habits evolving and our platform, Royal Stag Barrel Select Large Short Films has been at the forefront of driving this change. By creating content across genres, which is original, powerful and perfect, we have been able to create a space for ourselves within the Indian short films industry.”
Talking about the movie, he further added, “We are delighted to release ‘Laddoo’ on our platform and feel extremely proud to collaborate with incredible directors and actors such as Sameer Sadhwani and Kishor Sadhwani. In line with the brand’s philosophy of ‘make it perfect’, we have and will continue to encourage and motivate talented filmmakers to showcase their creativity through our channel.”
The story of ‘Laddoo’ is a short film that beautifully narrates a social message through adventures of Rahul, a 7-year old boy. Rahul who struggles to understand the concept of Hindu Rituals by his mother is yet been entrusted with the imperative task of delivering lunch to the Pandit on his grandfather’s death anniversary. Being the inquisitive person that he is, he does not give up and sets out on a little adventure to figure out the answers to his questions.