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Saqib Saleem New Short Film Aamad Explores Father-son Relationship

Actor Saqib Saleem has shot for a new short film titled Aamad for Father's Day, which falls on June 18.

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Updated:June 14, 2017, 8:37 AM IST
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Saqib Saleem New Short Film Aamad Explores Father-son Relationship
Actor Saqib Saleem has shot for a new short film titled Aamad for Father's Day, which falls on June 18.
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Mumbai: Actor Saqib Saleem has shot for a new short film titled Aamad for Father's Day, which falls on June 18.

Directed by Neeraj Udhwani for digital platform Terribly Tiny Talkies, Aamad is a story about the pure relationship between a father and his son who is embarrassed that his dad is a kathak dancer.

The plot explores how the father-son overcome their personal apprehensions and start a new friendship by building their relation over a period of time.

Talking about the project, Saqib said in a statement: "I know Neeraj (Udhwani) for a while now as he wrote 'Mere Dad Ki Maruti' and we meet often to discuss ideas. He shared the idea of 'Aamad' with me and asked me what I thought.

"When I read it, I instantly fell in love with the story and I told him that he shouldn't look for anyone else as I want to do it. It's such a simple yet complex film as it speaks about the unsaid things in a father-son relationship."

Saqib was last seen on screen in Prawaal Raman's movie Dobaara: See Your Evil with his sister Huma Qureshi.

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| Edited by: Divya Pal
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