Shameless, by essayist chief Keith Gomes, starring Sayani Gupta, is the official Indian passage in the Live Action Short Film classification at the 93rd Oscars, to be held one year from now.
Co-featuring Hussain Dalal and Rishabh Kapoor, Shameless spins around the topic of loss of the human soul because of innovation.
While it additionally endeavors to bring up important issues on issues of privilege, mankind, and compassion toward the traveler class.
“My experience on Shameless was fantastic and now we submitting to the Oscars, it’s a wow! Keith is wonderful as a director and very gentle with his actors and crew.
Hussain, of course, is a great friend, and it was a ball working with him. We have a silent communication and understanding when it comes to improvisations etc.,” said Sayani.
The 15-minute film is a dark satire spine chiller that beat short movies incorporating Vidya Balan’s Natkhat in the Oscars section race.
Hussain spoke of “how clear Keith was with the way he wanted to tell this extremely unique story that communicates the hidden truth in society.
We stayed honest about the process, had a blast making it. And then we’re here, eligible for the Oscars,” he said.
“I observe human behavior and love telling stories about the human spirit. This world needs kindness and my films are a reminder to not get lost in technology.
I make films with little funding from family and friends, everyone comes together with loads of love and passion. Couldn’t be more blessed,” said director Gomes.