As heartwarming our film is, it's equally heartbreaking: Shefali Shah, Manav Kaul & Kayoze Irani on 'Ajeeb Daastaans'

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Karan Johar is collaborating with Netflix for yet another interesting web project. Titled Ajeeb Daastaans, the anthology of four strangely contrasting stories will release on the OTT giant on April 16. Ahead of the much-awaited premiere, Shefali Shah and Manav Kaul sat down for an interview with PeepingMoon. Joining them was Kayoze Irani, who directed their short film, Ankahee

Talking about the short film that revolves around Manav, a mute man who falls in love with Shefali, who is married and has a speech-impaired daughter, the actors and director revealed that the story stayed in their minds for a long time. They further added that on OTT, there is no room for error, especially when it comes to short films.

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The trio agreed that Ankahee is heartwarming and heartbreaking in equal measures. 

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