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Maniesh Paul to donate all money made from his new short film What If

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Maniesh Paul to donate all money made from his new short film What If

Host and entertainer Maniesh Paul, who has made a short film titled What If, a spine chiller, rotating around the lockdown days, says the procedures earned by the film will be utilized for a noble cause.

Maniesh Paul to give all cash produced using his new short film What If

“Whatever cash we will get from the film, we will put it for a noble cause since right now many individuals are in need be it day by day wage laborers, partners. In this way, we are simply attempting to circulate the cash among them,” Maniesh told IANS.

He has held hands with Jio Studios for the movie, which is co-coordinated by Kartik Singh and Maniesh himself. “The film is a spine chiller. It’s’ on the lockdown as it were. The circumstance we are confronting at the present time and the thought came like how we are getting along live talks these days and how we are confronting the issue and as yet keeping the grin all over. Furthermore, how the character Maniesh Paul, I am playing Maniesh Paul in the film and how what happens when the isolate days continue expanding,” he included.

Maniesh shot the whole film on his telephone’s’ selfie mode. “Me and chief Kartik the executive we considered how we could make this film together. This is the manner by which we made the film. I was shooting alone. I was shooting the film on selfie mode on my telephone and I would continue conversing with Kartik on telephone that you realize this is the thing that I am doing and he would let me know ”treat it so harshly as that” so that was cooperation on telephone. Innovation had an extraordinary impact in the film,” he told IANS.

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