Arsh Bajwa to work with Francesca Scorsese for an American short film.

The movie is based on true events.

Bollywood Actor Arsh Bajwa is teaming up with actress Francesca Scorsese for a short film titled ‘The Difference’ in the lead roles. Arsh Bajwa was last seen in the Bollywood film ‘Running Shaadi’, produced by Shoojit Sircar (‘Vicky Donor’, ‘Madras Café’, Piku’, ‘October’) and Francesca Scorsese, who is the daughter of legendary Hollywood director Martin Scorsese, was last seen in the 2018 film ‘We Salute You’ directed by Brent Constantino.

Talking about the film, Arsh says, “The story is about a young man from India who has just migrated to USA. He faces a lot of difficulties initially in the foreign land. One day, he stumbles upon a very beautiful, young woman. What gets him attracted towards her is the fact that she is a very kind, selfless and warm-hearted person. When the woman sees the man being treated like an outcaste, she makes it a point to stand beside him in every adversity he faces and be a true friend to him. Eventually, she starts liking him too. It is also a case of opposites getting attracted. The story traces their journey as they overcome several challenges to protect their love.”

The film is being directed by Diljot Garcha and the script has been written by Anish Mohanty.

This movie is based on true events. On talking with both the actors, they expressed a lot excitement about the project and we hope the audience will love their chemistry. The film will be shot across different locations in the United States and is expected to release very soon.

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