Actress Mahima Makwana's debut short film Take2 officially selected for New York Indian Film Festival 2020

By moGossip Team Jun 25, 2020  

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Expressing happiness,popular actor Mahima Makwana took to her Insatgram account sharing the news of her debut short film getting officially selected for NYIFF 2020.
The actress Mahima Makwana just took to her social media profile and shared the news. She wrote,

Directed by @bawaangad, Produced by @iamsamravish, Had a great time working with Mr. Ram Gopal Bajaj for the second time on this, post Rishton Ka Chakravyuh”
“Indo-American Arts Council and New York Indian Film Festival (NYIFF) will hold 'NYIFF 2020: Virtual Edition' starting July 24-30...Super thrilled to be part of this prestigious festival. Stay tuned for further updates...#take2 #take2short #nyiff #newyork #nyiff2020 #newyorkfilmfestival #shortfilm #shortfilmfestival” read the post.

The short film revolves around a filmmaker, who is disgruntled and living a secluded life, one day at a time. His granddaughter finds herself spending a weekend with him; not having met for years. The film then tracks their journey, as the grand-daughter learns about her grandfathers turbulent and agonizing past.
Mahima Makwana, who is currently seen on Colors TV Shubharambh as Rani, has also some popular shows to her name like Sapne Suhane Ladakpan Ke, Mariam Khan Reporting Live, Rishton Ka Chakrvyu.

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