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Two acquaintances, Arjun and Neena, take a drive to attend a mutual friend's wedding in the countryside. Little do they know that their seemingly good day would be turned upside down when they are thrown into fear, paranoia and suspicion by the horror in the Dikki (Trunk) of the car they are driving.

  • Adhvith Nambiar
  • Adhvith Nambiar, Siddharth Gautam
  • Jenoy Jose, Mrunal Yerme, Adhvith Nambiar, Siddharth Gautam,
  • Sheryl Raj Bishnoi, Priyanka Mehta, Roshan Sharma, Prannath Harishchandra Amare
    Key Cast
    "Arjun, Neena"
  • Aaryaman Nambiar
  • Mrunal Yerme
  • Adhvith Nambiar
  • Aaryaman Nambiar, Adhvith Nambiar
  • Project Type:
    Short, Student
  • Genres:
    Black comedy, mystery
  • Runtime:
    29 minutes 55 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    April 15, 2019
  • Production Budget:
    725 USD
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  • Language:
    English, Hindi
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Distribution Information
  • none
    Country: India
Director Biography - Adhvith Nambiar

Adhvith Nambiar was born in the town of Nagaon, Assam, India in 1992. He did his schooling in Namma Shaale, Bangalore, a Montessori method school. He has a Bachelor's Degree in Vfx and Animation. He has produced several short animated films for entertainment and of social relevance. He won the Bangalore Creative Minds competition in 2013 for "Best Vfx scene" and the "Best animated 2D short film" in 2014.

On completing his Degree he took up filmmaking, with his focus mainly on Direction. He took a course in Film Direction at IMI (Institute of Moving Images), Bangalore. While doing the course he made a short film and contended in various film festivals and was well reviewed by Australian film review channel "Pieces of Work".

In 2018 Adhvith moved to Mumbai to take a course in filmmaking at FACE (Film Academy of Cinematic Excellence) and has been part of several short films and projects during his time there.

Most recently he has written,directed and edited a short film called "Dikki" which went on to win 7 Awards including Best Short film, Best Male Actor, Best Original Score and Outstanding Achievement award at several international film festivals.

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Director Statement

From an early age, my parents introduced me to western films and later in life I started to watch and learn from a lot of other filmmakers from around the world. Particularly Korean, Spanish and Japanese films. This is why despite being an Indian and living in Mumbai, I have never had a connection to Bollywood, which I see common among my counterparts here. While Bollywood's flamboyance is certainly entertaining, I have little interest in it. I am trying to expand my taste and skills for a global audience. And trying to create a niche of high quality, meaningful and thought provoking films. I feel I have something new and different to offer viewers. Something that they have never experienced, and hopefully find unique and enjoyable.