"MADE IN INDIA" Short Film, Directed by Deepak Balraj Vij, which speaks volumes of creativity and social cause


"MADE IN INDIA" Short Film, Directed by Deepak Balraj Vij, which speaks volumes of creativity and social cause


Mumbai, Oct 18, 2020 (Issuewire.com) - "MADE IN INDIA" Short Film, Directed by Deepak Balraj Vij, which speaks volumes of creativity and social cause. It amplifies our movement of boycotting Chinese goods and embrace

The Make and Made in India initiative.

Famous Actors Deepak Balraj Vij, Kishori Shahane Vij, Bobby Vij, Andy Balraj, Shakti Kapoor, Varsha Usgaonkar, Ashok Shinde, Smita Gondkar, Social Activist Trupti Desai, Jaywant Wadkar, Gehna Sippy and many others are part of this short film.

The sacrifices made by Indian Soldiers is also highlighted in this film. Different communities of India come together to support the cause


Deepak Balraj Vij -Director of Several Bollywood Award Winning Feature Films to name a few Sailaab ,Jaan Tere Naam, Haftabandh, Shirdi Sai Baba, Maalik Ek .

Kishori Shahane Vij - Bollywood Actor in Hindi/ Marathi Films, Television, Web series

Bobby Vij - Mr Gadrags (India)... Actor in Theatre/Films/ Web series

Andy Balraj-   Bollywood Actor to have played parallel roles in Ram Lakhan, Pyar Kiya to Darna kya, Bhabhi, BURNING TRAIN, Bhabhi  and Directo Ramlakhan

Shakti Kapoor-Bollywood Actor in more than 500 feature films

Varsha Usgaonkar- Actress in Marathi/Hindi Films

Smita Gondkar- Model/Actor in Marathi Films/Albums

Ashok Shinde- Bollywood Actor

Watch Short film here 

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This Short Film MADE IN INDIA is a small effort towards a Big National Movement

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