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Voot unveils five new short films

The originals started streaming from 8 February

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MUMBAI: Deviant desires, wicked love, and tangled truths, VOOT Originals ‘SHORTCUTS’ Produced by Tipping Point, a Viacom18 Studios Production, has unveiled the next set of five short films. The originals started streaming from 8 February with the first set of five clutter breaking shorts.

After a successful run of its first showcase of films such as Derma, Googly, Joy Ride, Bauma and Chacha and Cheetah’s trip on the platform, Voot is now streaming the second set of films Teaspoon, A(U)nusual day, Maya, Grey and Glitch.

The show Teaspoon is all about a couple that lives with a paralytic father-in-law who has a habit of calling Kavita by tapping a teaspoon against the bedpost. Frustration is triggered as he never does this when her husband is at home. A series of incidents become ingredients for a Molotov cocktail ultimately leading to a disturbing end.

AUN A(U)nusual day showcases a photographer’s trials with a tribal man who lacks the wisdom of human interaction. The show Maya explores various facets of her life and relationship but takes a twist when the mother goes missing. The story ends by uniting past lovers through a tragic trail of events. Yet another show, Grey, is Inspired by true events, this unique story will portray characters of an autistic man and an inane cop and their quirky take on murder and investigation with amazing sound effects. The show Glitch entails a 12-year-old enters his bathroom to take a shower only to discover the tap which takes him back in time. His curiosity encourages him to travel back in time several times and solve a quarrel between his parents over a lost ring.

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