Children's film Monojder Odbhut Bari set for Puja release, makes right noises at trailer launch
Trailer of Anindya Chatterjee's Puja release, Monojder Odbhut Bari is full of nostalgia
Filmmaker, singer and songwriter Anindya Chatterjee is ready with his third film, Monojder Odbhut Bari, slated to have a grand Puja release, on October 12. And if morning indeed shows the day, then this film has all the promises of a hit churner, going by its trailer, which was launched yesterday.
A multicast film, based on the eponymous novel by Shirshendu Mukherjee, this movie is banking primarily on nostalgia. This is Chatterjee’s second film to be produced by Windows Production after Projapoti Biscuit. Chatterjee made his debut as a filmmaker with Open Tee Bioscope, that was liked by one and all for its unique approach.
The director and the artistes shared their experiences during the trailer launch and Chatterjee said it was great to release the film this year since the story, Manojder Odbhut Bari, is going to complete 50 years in 2018.
“I feel blessed as a budding director to have got the opportunity to direct Soumitra Chattopadhya and Sandhya Roy in this film. It’s an out and out family movie, which you can watch with your children during the Pujas, no need to leave them back at home. We have not deviated from the original story and plot and it will be a nostalgic watch on screen,” says Chatterjee, the director of the film.
The trailer perfectly blends real-reel fantasy in every frame. Veteran artiste Sandhya Roy, who has worked with Satyajit Ray, Tarun Majumdar and other luminaries of Bengali cinema, will be seen after a long time in this movie. And the best part is that Roy is paired with Soumitra Chatterjee after decades.
Besides Roy and Chatterjee there are Abir Chatterjee, Bratya Basu, Sohag Sen, Chhanda Karanji, Aparajita Addhya, Rohit Banerjee, Abhijit Guho, title character Soham Maitra, debutant Purab Seal Acharya and others in this movie.
The film Monojder Odbhut Bari Is about protagonist Monoj's house and his weird family, who live in a small town of West Bengal. With lots of drama, action and unlimited fun the story unfolds the royal mystery of the lost child and nurtures nostalgia as well as childhood fantasies. One of the movie's song, Luchi, has already crossed over a lakh views within a week after its online release. This film, will be the only children and family movie to be released this year.
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