From the makers of multiple award-winning short films, such as Kickstart, Vayasu, 3D, Short & Sweet, here comes another short film which is set to excite you. Call Time is the latest short film by ShaKma Productions, who have been making waves since 2006 for their intriguing and amazing short films. Known for their stellar storylines and ability to capture a sense of realism of today’s fabrics of society through their short films, ShaKma Productions is known for churning out hit after hits.
The teaser of Call Time was recently released in YouTube and has been making rounds in the social media landscape. From the teaser, it is clear that Call Time reflects on a horror theme. When contacted the director of the short film, S. Bala Chandran, he mentioned that “by keeping a horror theme, the aim is to entertain the audience, simultaneously to send a serious message to the society”. This is in line with his previous ventures as all of his short films have touched on social themes.
The acclaimed director, who is also the writer and executive producer for all of his films, said that the teaser is a mere sneak peak on what’s ahead. The plot is unpredictable and what you see is not exactly what you are going to get, he added. The short film is set to run for 30 minutes and is currently under the post-production process. The release date is yet to be confirmed. The lead actors of Call Time are Jee Kutty, Kumudhini, Snazzy Santana, Hemraj, Vishwa and Neelawathy.
S.Bala Chandran mentioned that Call Time is made for his friends and fans that have been supporting his team all the while. He added that film is made for non-profit purpose and he said that his team has always strived to make films with a good story and quality. He concluded that the most important aspect in filmmaking is script and with enough effort and patience, the rest will come into to play to deliver the goods.
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Here is the teaser of Call Time:
Check out the stills from Call Time: