Jahaan trailer released. Mrunal Thakur, the thrilling short film by Avinash Tiwary will be released on March 17

Mrunal Thakur and Avinash Tiwary’s short film Jahaan will premiere on Amazon miniTV on March 17. This is an award-winning romantic thriller.

Jahaan trailer is out now

The award-winning short film by Mrunal Thakur and Avinash Tiwary is finally set to be released on Amazon miniTV on March 17. The intriguing trailer promises romantic drama with a thrill factor.

JAHAAN TRAILER

Jahaan tells the story of a married couple, Ghazal and Inder. The trailer shows their romantic moments and how they find happiness in each other. But it takes a sinister turn as a real estate agent tries to find a new tenant in the house. But the couple are not ready to give up the house they are emotionally attached to.

Jahaan’s description on YouTube reads: “They say love is like a thread of silk – soft and tough at the same time…and Jahaan is also a beautiful journey about two young people Ghazal and Inder unraveling their story. of love while building their world of love.”

Watch the trailer here:

ABOUT JAHAAN

Jahaan starring Mrunal Thakur and Avinash Tiwary in the lead roles is directed by Celina John and produced by Unbox films. Jahaan has already won numerous awards, both nationally and internationally. It has also been an official selection for the Standalone Film Fest & Award, New York Flash Film Festival, and Lift-Off Global Network sessions.

Sanjay Sharma, producer of Unbox Films, spoke about Jahaan. He said, “Jahaan is one of our most special projects. This short film tells a very innocent yet captivating love story that will surely entertain the audience. Jahaan’s premiere on Amazon miniTV will ensure this film travels across the country given the wide reach of the Amazon shopping app. The public will feast for free (sic)!”

You can stream Jahaan for free on Amazon miniTV, starting March 17.

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