Trailer of producer Prosenjit Chatterjee’s film Uronchondi causes a stir
The recently relesed trailer of Uronchondi, the first of the eight films from actor Prosenjit Chatterjee’s production house, N Ideas is creating quite a flutter.
The film's trailer, which got released on July 6 -- also the birthday of Rajnandini Paul, who acted in the film -- has garnered more than 10 thousand views till tonight and has received praises from the viewers and film industry alike.
The movie, which is the launch vehicle of two bright newcomers Rajnandini Paul, daughter of yesteryear star Indrani Dutta and Amartya Ray, son of actor Chaiti Ghosal, is supposed to be the first road movie in Bengali, with not a single indoor shot. “These youngsters will be remembered for a long while to come, for their performance in this film. They are so well prepared and have acted with so much conviction that it doesn’t seem to be their first movie,” says Abhishek Saha, who is debuting as a director with Uronchondi.
The film also stars national award winning actress Sudiptaa Chakraborty and thespian and veteran actor Chitra Sen.
The movie trails the journey of three women and the perils, oppression and tribulations they face in life and finally how they overcome all that.
Music plays a big role in the film and Saha tells that composer Debojyoti Mishra has done wonders and that probably this is his best work, so far.
Apart from the fresh faces, theatre and film actor Chitra Sen will be seen playing one of the protagonists in the film. “It’s after a long while that Sen will be playing such a role on screen and you will get to see a very different Sen. She has cooperated with us a lot during shooting, even at this age, and it was amazing to see her trudge the hills and climb up on a lorry without a twitch in her eyes,” recollects Saha.
Saha tells that though the film depicts the journey of three women, it questions the society as a whole and even men will be able to relate to the story. “Ultimately we all aspire to be free from the daily grind and drudgery of life,” says Saha, whose film releases on August 3.
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