Terribly Tiny Talkies (TTT), an emerging short films' studio, has made over 30 films in the last three years, many of which have travelled film festivals across the world. Their repertoire includes Khujli, Kheer, L and Agli Baar among others.
The latest addition to their content library includes Suno starring Sumeet Vyas and Amrita Puri. It is a story of an experimental night in bed, which ends up with a mark for the world to see. As the world looks at the mark left in bed, the couple is forced to look inside themselves and their relationship.
Suno is written and directed by Shubham Yogi. It marks his second collaboration with TTT after Glitch starring Mona Singh.
Sharanya Rajgopal, the studio head of TTT says, "Suno is an incredibly important film for us. It's unlike any other story we've attempted yet. Films have the ability to not just mirror society but also make it think. We hope this short film sparks a conversation around the lines we must draw in relationships."
Shubham says, "I wouldn’t have made Suno with anyone but TTT. It’s my second film with them. They afford their filmmakers the liberty to preserve the original voice, while also contributing effectively in the creative collaboration. As much as Suno is a product of our times, it is also a result of Sharanya’s persistence to get this film made. We hope that it starts the conversations we intend to. Honestly, I’m as excited as I’m apprehensive for the release."
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