By Neha Sinha, Updated : May 13, 2020 16:06 IST
Maniesh Paul to donate all money made from his new short film 'What If' to the needy ones

Maniesh Paul recently collaborated with Jio Cinema for his latest short film titled 'What If', which is a thriller that revolves around the days of confinement. The short film is co-directed by Kartik Singh and Maniesh Paul himself, starring Paul in the title role. This short film released today May 13, 2020, on the YouTube channels of Jio Studios and Maniesh Paul and will also air on Jio Cinema. However, the actor-host recently revealed that whatever he makes of this film will be donated to daily wage earners.

'Maniesh told IANS. Any money we get from the film, we will put it to charity because at the moment many people need it, be it salaried workers, assistants. So we are just trying to distribute the money between them. 

Manish Paul to donate money to needy ones

He has joined Jio Studios for the film, which is co-directed by Kartik Singh and Maniesh himself. 'The movie is a thriller. It is in closing only. The situation we are facing right now and the idea came up like how we are doing live chat today and how we are facing the problem and still keeping the smile on our face. expensive'. 'And how the character Maniesh Paul played Maniesh Paul in the movie and how it happens when the days of quarantine continue to increase,' he added.

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

Maniesh shot the entire movie in the selfie mode on his phone. 'Me and director Kartik, the director, we thought about how we could create this film together. This is how we made the film. I was filming alone. I was filming the film in selfie mode on my phone and would continue to talk to Kartik on the phone that you know that this is what I'm doing and he was saying 'do it like this' so that was collaboration over the phone. Technology played a huge role in the movie,' he told IANS.

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