Milind dons the villain’s hat again

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Milind Gunaji

Veteran actor Milind Gunaji is set to surprise the audience with the short film, Shatika – The Undraped, directed by debutante Sritama Dutta. The film also stars Susmita Mukherjee, Harry Josh and  Swagata Naik. Interestingly, Milind, who has played the villain in a number of movies, once again plays a grey character in the short film. Director Sritama met Milind on the sets of Kamasutra, where she was the Associate Director. She had discussed Shatika’s story with Milind and expressed her eagerness to direct a short with him. Milind, impressed with Sritama on the sets, assured her that he would be part of her independent project.

Sritama later approached the actor for the film, and he readily accepted the offer. The actor was touched by the subject and there was no way he would say no since he supports women empowerment. Praising Milind, Sritama says, “On the sets of Kamasutra, when I raised the idea of my short to Milind ji, he showed the enthusiasm and yearning to contribute to the society through any medium possible and this encouraged me to have him on board. He is apt for the character he is playing in the film and we are pleased to have such a talented actor playing a pivotal role in Shatika.”

Says Milind, “Shatika is an eye-opener for the society as it not only entertains, but also  spreads awareness about issues related to women empowerment and HIV. It was an absolute honour working with the talented Sritama and being a part of her project.”

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About digantaguha

To introduce myself, I am a journalist, blogger and have also taught Political and Sports Journalism in the Future Media School in Kolkata. I am currently working with Sports News Crunch as a Consulting Editor and as a Guest Faculty at the Techno India University. Over all, I have around 15 years of experience as a journalist having worked with esteemed publications like Hindustan Times, Business Standard, The Pioneer and others. You can contact me at diganta2211@gmail.com. Diganta Guha
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