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When Avika Gor directed Manish Raisinghan in Manav Bhinder short film!


Popular onscreen actor jodi Manish Raisinghan and Avika Gor from popular television show Sasural Simar Ka recently have done a short film called Ankahee Baatein. But in this short film the duo are not paired opposite each other. Avika is the assistant director in the film and the film is directed by Manav Bhinder. Popular actress Barkha Bisht Sengupta will be seen too in the film opposite Manish. The landmark of Manav’s career was working in Agneepath movie for Dharma Production as an assistant director.Then he worked in Hollywood movie Edge of Tomorrow with Tom Cruise. He also got an award for a short film which had Parineeti Chopra.

Talking about Ankahee Baatein Manav says,”Ankahee Baatein is the story of two people in the very busy city of Mumbai.The special about this film is that it is about everyone who have lost their relationship because of lack of conversation between a couple.” The story has Sudhir and Asmita  who were madly in love with each other so they got married  and then they had a divorce. After their divorce when they met each other and were walking on the road they talk about their relationship. Asmita had cheated on Sudhir because Sudhir was busy in his work.Today he is missing her a lot. Talking more on the subject Manav adds,”I choose this subject because I have seen in Mumbai that many relations are breaking because of miscommunication,misunderstanding and people are busy in their work. This is what I have observed and I decided to do this so that people would understand the real reason of breakups and divorce.”

According to Manav the chemistry between both the actors were magical. “When I saw Manish and Barkha performing the characters of the lead that time I thought that I found my Sudhir and Asmita because the dialogue delivery and the feelings were so real and they were into the characters.”

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