Indo-Australian filmmaker Ali Sayed

Late Irfan Khan’s manager Sunny Shah produces a short film with Indo-Australian filmmaker Ali Sayed

Sunny Shah, manager of Late Irfan Khan, is ready to share his wisdom with the entertainment industry by providing newcomers with an opportunity. Shah Entertainment Media has produced a short film in collaboration with Indo-Australian filmmaker Ali Sayed. The short film is titled ‘Blame the Ovens.’


When asked how and why he ventured into the production business, producer Sunny Shah said, “The notion of me getting into the production business was laid out by the legendary late Irfan Ji amidst the shooting of 'Paan Singh Tomar.’ After his sad demise, it felt fitting to act on it since I had his blessings which is more than I could’ve ever asked for. He was and still is an inspiration to me. His words of encouragement are the motivation behind making this short film. I am awestruck and honored to have known that he believed in me.”

The short film stars Pranam Janney, Lachlan Crosweller, Adam Dean, Aseem Parab, and Racquel Gatt. Except for Pranam Janney (the lead), the whole cast consisted of fresh faces. A press conference was held on 24th January where the screening of the short film took place followed by the press meet. The feedback received for the short film after the screening was immaculate. Multiple behind the scenes stories were shared by the producer Sunny Shah and Director Ali Sayed.

'Blame The Ovens' is a short film that expands your imagination to various possibilities of the storyline. The shoot was done in Sydney, Australia. The storyline of the short film is very precisely articulated.

The short film is currently screened across national and international festivals and will soon be released on the OTT platforms for audiences to relish.


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