Actors Chunky Pandey, Neena Gupta and Delnaaz Irani star in a six-part anthology, Shuruaat Ka Twist, that releases this Friday

The upcoming directors have been mentored by filmmakers like Raj Kumar Hirani, Raj Kumar Gupta, Amit V Masurkar and Vikramaditya Motwane

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Neena Gupta

Shuruaat Ka Twist, a series of six short films by Humaramovie, a studio-cum-incubator lab releases this Friday at PVR Cinemas. It features films such as TAP TAP directed by Praveen Fernandes, Khauff by Hanish Kalia, Adi Sonal by Heena D'Souza, Bhaskar Calling by Sanjiv Kishinchandani, Guddu by Gaurav Mehra and Gutthi by Avalokita Dutt. Popular actors such as Chunky Pandey, Neena Gupta, and Delnaz Irani will be seen in the films.

Each film is an interpretation and vision of the 'twist' idea. It is a perfect mix of riveting storylines, stellar cast and edge of the seat entertainment. Vinay Mishra, Co-Founder, HumaraMovie said, "This is the third installment of our flagship effort- Shuruaat. And things just keep getting better.  Shuruaat ka Twist is extremely exciting with stand out efforts by 6, going to be very successful, directors. We really appreciate the involvement of the mentors- Raj Kumar Hirani, Raj Kumar Gupta, Amit V Masurkar and Vikramaditya Motwane, and their continued encouragement is heartening. They have time and again supported the Shuraat effort and we must really thank them.”

Speaking on acting in TAP TAP, one of the film in Shuruaat Ka Twist anthology, Chunky Pandey said, "I am really excited to be a part of HumaraMovie's intriguing initiative - Shuruaat Ka Twist. With a variety of narratives, this film is surely one of the most interesting projects I have been a part of. It enables upcoming filmmakers and lets them work under the guidance of veterans of film industry. It was also exciting to work with an enthusiastic director like Praveen Fernandes whose sharp vision for this project was challenging and comforting all at once."

The six short films cover a host of diverse genres and topics that include a character study of a washed out music composer, a psychological thriller about fear, a family drama with underlying tensions, a comic take on a common menace, a tale about two female friends and lastly, a love story about breaking away from conventions. Providing for the perfect dose of entertainment that keeps the audience gripped, Shuruaat Ka twist brings together glimpses of present India and how our lived experiences are similar in more than one way.