Times Music presents 'Kahaa Toh Tha', a beautiful short film starring power couple, Vatsal Sheth and Ishita Dutta. After being a phenomenal actor for many years, Vatsal Sheth decided to sit on the director's chair for this short-film. A little over 6 minutes long, 'Kahaa Toh Tha' explores 'love' in the times of Quarantine.
'Kahaa Toh Tha' has been entirely shot, created and conceived at home with phone cameras. Vatsal Sheth plays Aabir, a restless but loving husband to Myraa, a thoughtful and caring wife. The middle-class working couple realise that their marriage is not that perfect, while they are stuck together in the lockdown. Can they fix it or is it over for good? Well, you have to find out!
"It's a story about Abir and Myraa and how their marriage goes through ups and downs during lockdown. I think a lot of couples will be able to relate to it, we also do in many ways," said Vatsal Sheth.
"We shot this film on the phone and it was great to see Vatsal effortlessly take up both roles, that of an actor and a director. We hope the audience likes the film as much as we liked creating it," said Ishita Dutta
The duo did the entire pre-production in the film, moved around the furniture in their house to get the frame right, etc. The best of technicians were roped in to give the best experience to viewers, including Mehul Vyas, the music director of 'Tanhaji'. The film was shot over 3 days and none of them stepped out of the house to make this film.