Digital Detoxx was formed in 2016 by our Founder Chaitanya Kirti Girish Akolkar, to showcase social issues by believing in transforming human thinking via entertainment.
Being an independent thinker, Mr. Chaitanya Akolkar knows the Value & Importance of talent, so he decided to give exposure to the new talents in the field of entertainment industry. Digital Detoxx is a platform for giving exposure to new and existing ventures and individuals by producing films, short films, dramas, ads, Etc.
Producer – Chaitanya Girish Akolkar
Original Writer – Meher Pestonji
Translator & Director – Ashish Kulkarni
Music – Yogesh Khadikar & Mukesh Parmar
Actress – Kishori Shahane & Varsha Usgaonkar
स्मार्ट अॅन्ड ब्युटिफुल वर्षा उसगांवकर-किशोरी शहाणे यांच्याशी गप्पा| एबीपी माझा
Red Carpet For The Premiere of Piano For Sale
Kishori Shahane & Varsha Usgaokar announce the Play “Piano For Sale”
Beti (Daughter) is an internationally recognised short film about women empowerment and a woman's basic right to live. The short film that has been directed by director Raja Ram Mukerji has been highly appreciated at its screening.
The storyline of the short film that's produced by Chaitanya Akolkar of Digital Detoxx deals with the female foeticide issue that still prevails in rural India. Apart from Neetu Chandra in the lead, the short film also stars actors Aditi Singh, Shalini Arora, Vishal lallwani, Dr. Mukesh Hariawala and Chandralekha Mukherjee.
The film highlights this concern as a cry for help in saving a girl child. The story revolves around a poor woman, Reema who is married into a backward and orthodox Gujarati family that forces her to bear a son. Soon their expectations are crushed by a series of baby girls born to their daughter-in-law. Their disappointment leads to distasteful events, having a deep negative affect on Reema. Actress Neetu Chandra who plays the lead role in the short film helps Reema lead her life as an independent, fearless woman.
Beti depicts how a woman can sacrifice and if need be fight back to gain the respect and their right to live.