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Manoj Bajpayee’s ‘Mid-Life Crises’ In Short Film Has Twitter In Splits

Relationships can be tricky and may not always end in happily ever afters – that’s the premise of Neeraj Pandey’s new short film Ouch, featuring actors Manoj Bajpayee and Pooja Chopra.

All of 14-minutes long, the short film revolves around a conversation between co-workers Vinay and Priya who’ve been having an extra-marital affair for three years. The two had previously decided to tell their respective spouses about their affair so that they could start life afresh with each other.

While Vinay has come clean to his wife Anjali, Priya seems to have some reservations about breaking up her marriage. We’re not giving the rest of it away. You’ll just have to watch the video below to know what happens next.

Shared on October 23, the short film has received Twitter’s stamp of approval.

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