Trishna Samat debuts with a short film on Eros Now
A journey that started as an Author of an Hindi Book called Taaze Sapne, Mumbai’s 28 year Old Trishna Samat will now be debuting in a short film called Meri Khoj Mere Haath releasing on Eros Now on ocassion of International Womens Day, 8th March 2019. The short film, written by Trishna also talks about a young girl’s journey of simplicity, honesty and dedication towards achieving her dreams. Popular TV and Bollywood Actor Sharad Kelkar has lent his voice for the short film along with Trishna.
Trishna has received tremendous support from the film fraternity with actors like Vicky Kaushal, Taapsee Pannu, Sonal Chahuhan, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Guru Randhawa, Zareen Khan, wishing her good luck for this project. The movie has also received immense support from Minister of Rural Development, Women and Child Welfare- Pankaja Munde, National Secretary of BJP Sunil Deodhar, Cabinet Minister for PWD (MSRDC, Public Undertaking)- Eknath Shinde.
Sharad Kelkar has lent his voice for a Womens Day special Short Film called- Meri Khoj Mere Haath releasing on Eros Now on occasion of International Women’s Day, 8th March 2019. The short film marks the debut of Mumbai’s 28 year Old Trishna Samat who has also written the script. The short film, talks about a young girl’s journey of simplicity, honesty and dedication towards achieving her dreams.
On being a part of this project, Sharad Kelkar said,“When Trishna narrated the script to me, I was more than willing to lend my voice for it. I loved the honesty and simplicity of the concept and how it addresses such an important cause. More power to Trishna and all other women out there trying to make a mark for themselves. Wishing the team of Meri Khoj Mere Haath, good luck.”
Talking about her experience on working on Meri Khoj Mere Haath, Trishna said,“It’s been an overwhelming experience working on this passion project. I have always believed that one can achieve what they want with their simplicity and let the fire within burn! I could not have asked for a better debut than this short film where i get to be a version of myself that would inspire so many other women across to believe in the power and beauty of their dreams. I am sure the audiences will love the film and the story-line will touch the right chord.”
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