The Vahinisaheb fame Sai Ranade - Sane has managed to show the audience with her mesmerizing acting skills that she is here to stay in the showbiz.
A few days ago, the Kasturi actress took to her Instagram handle to spread the second poster
look of her upcoming short film Social Emotions - Disconnect To Connect with her fans. The look created quite a curiosity amongst the fans as from the poster it could be seen that ace veteran actress Shivani Sopori will also be a part of this project.
The short film which is produced by Hocuss Focus Productions is out now on their YouTube
channel and has by far managed to garner a positive response from its viewers.
The storyline of the film is that Sai plays the role of a wife who is obsessed with her social
media life that she often forgets to enjoy the real moments in life with her loved one's and rather lives her life through fake memory post on her social media handles. The story is about her realization journey that the true meaning of happiness lies when
it is shared with your loved one's near you and not by showing your love for them on social media platforms.
Shivani Sopori plays the role of a mother who doesn't get the love and care that she deserves
on her birthday from her social media addict daughter. Salil Sane plays a small but crucial role in the film through whom our main protagonist realizes that real happiness lies when it is shared with our loved ones.
With all of us being held in the lockdown and with nothing to do apart from seeking refuge
to our mobile phones and social media platforms, the writers Asshna Srrivastava and Punit Dahima are trying to convey us the message to use this time by making real memories with our families and friends instead of making reel life memories.
On the professional front, Sai was last seen playing the role of Chinu Mane in Tara From Satara.
Image Source : instagram/saii.ranade/
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