A film featuring timeless fictitious characters created by prominent Bengali novelist Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay titled ‘Kathgoray Sarat Chandra’ is in the making.
The film will feature popular characters of Sarat Chandra selected from his four novels namely Grihadaha, Devdas, Srikanta and Boro Didi.
‘Sarat Chandra, known for portraying tragic fates of his protagonists, will be questioned by his popular fictitious characters in the film. The characters will ask Sarat why he put them through so much trouble in his novels,’ Arifur Zaman Arif, who will make his directorial debut through the film, told New Age.
‘The shooting of the film began on April 22. We have already completed thirty percent of the film’s shooting. We are looking forward to release the film in September,’ Arifur Jaman Arif told New Age.
Director and actor Gazi Rakayet will play Sarat Chandra in the film.
‘The film lovers who have read Sarat Chandra’s works will find the film entertaining, while the young generation who are not familiar with Sarat Chandra will get inspired to read his works after watching the film,’ Gazi Rakayet told New Age.
Popy will play Parbati, Ferdous will play Devdas, Shahnoor will play Chandrabaty, Anisur Rahman Milon will play Gohar, Mousumi Hamid will play Rajlaxmi, Toma Mirza will play Achala, Nirob will play Mohim and Prakriiti will play Kamal Lata in the upcoming film. Besides, seasoned actor Ramendu Majumdar will also act in the film, informed Arif.
‘I have always wanted to play a character like Parbati on the silver screen. I will try to deliver my best performance,’ Popy told
Shahnoor said, ‘I never thought that I would be playing Chandrabaty in a film one day. I am really excited and I am preparing myself to enact the
The film, being produced under the banner of Event Plus, will include seven songs written by lyricist Mohammad Rafiquzzaman. Ali Akram Shuvo will do music arrangements for the playback songs. Hashim Akter Mohammad Karim Dad has written the story and script for the film.
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