Actor-choreographer Sushant Pujari’s short film ‘Ek Tili’ garners international acclaim; Varun Dhawan, Tiger Shroff and other celebs give a thumbs up

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Sushant Pujari is a well known entertainment personality who rose to fame with Remo D’Souza directorial ABCD as an actor and choreographer. His last outing with Street Dancer 3D alongside Varun Dhawan got him appreciation and love from across quarters.

Recently, the actor took to his social media announcing the release of his short film titled Ek Tili and within no time, the film poured in massive praises from fans and industry friends. The film also made it to various International film festivals days after its the official release. It won the Best Awareness Short-film award in Cochin International Film Awards 2020, Best Message Short Film in the South Indian International Film Festival 2020, First Runner up at Experimental Short Film In Indian International Film Awards 2020, Special Mentions in Cinema4 Screen Film Festival 2021, Officially selected in Nawada International Film Festival Season 2, 2021, Officially selected in Caravan Film Festival Pakistan 2021 and another official selection in Festival Del Cinema Di Cefalù, Italy, 2021. Celebrities too like Varun Dhawan, Remo D’Souza, Tiger Shroff, Aparshakti Khurrana amogst many others gave a shoutout to Sushant on their social media.

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Ek Tili is a short film that highlights the smoking issues with a well scripted storyline that not only keeps everyone hooked till the end about also gives out a positive message. Sushant Pujari’s sharp portrayal has left his fans astonished owing to his never seen before avatar. The actor who enjoys a massive fan following on social media has added another feather to his cap.

He is currently gearing up for his first ever music video titled Kamar Hila alongside Lopa Mudra that will showcase Sushant at his best.

(Source: Agencies) 

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