Suborna Senjutee Tushee’s directorial debut ‘Meenalaap’ will be screened today at the National Art Gallery Auditorium of Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy.
The 28-munite film is about the transformation of life while living in a lonely city and about hope.
Meenalaap (Soliloquy of the fishes) revolves around a Bengali couple, who migrated from a remote village of West Bengal to Pune city, working in a garments factory and struggling to meet ends while expecting a child.
The film delves into the psychological changes of them in the realm of urban alienation in the absence of their own family and culture while becoming a mother and father from husband and wife for the first time.
Titas Dutta, Pramito Dutta, Vivek Kumar, Devas Dixit and others acted in the film.
‘The entire film has been shot in Pune. It features three languages Bengali, Hindi and Marathi. The protagonist character of the film has used Bengali language. I hope the film lovers will find the film entertaining,’ Suborna Senjutee Tushee, director of the film, told New Age.
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