Dum Dum Dumroo is a black comedy short film presented by Akash Goila motion pictures, in association with Warewolf films, Starring Sanaya Irani and Anil Charanjeett, from the directors of Dark Brew.

Dum Dum Dumroo
Television actress Sanaya is a star who rules hearts and she needs no introduction whatsoever. Indian TV’s cute chashmish Gunjan, adorable Khushi Kumari Gupta and lovable Paro till date remains unforgettable. Sanaya is back with a short film this time. She unravels the bad happenings in the hospital and unmasks the scary peon too. Dum Dum Dumroo looked scary and nail biting from the trailer, actually comes out to be a one with a beautiful social message: Don’t be judgemental, because the wearer knows where the shoe pinches!

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Dum Dum Dumroo
The dark comedy is the story which revolves around Sanaya and Anil. She is a newly recruited doctor in a hospital where Anil (Dumroo) also works. Dumroo tries to act weird in front of a female doctor (who is a paediatrician) on the first day at the hospital. She even catches him red handed while watching porn in his mobile and rushes to her seniors to complaint against him. But when she gets to know the plight of Dumroo she feels pity and the course of incidents that unfold leave the Doctor shocked and gutted, on discovering the depression behind the peon’s funny act. In just 11 minutes 15 seconds the movie manages to make the right impact. The film had its premiere in Dubai recently where Sanaya Irani was present with husband Mohit Saigal, quoted timesnow.com
Short films the capability to depict the more in less as they bear quality not quantity. Dum Dum Dumroo, despite its eerie feeling manages to capture a strong emotion, which often is not addressed by the mainstream media. It slightly went off the execution as it could have been more indulging, but overall Dumroo’s act was totally complimenting the film.