Directed by Madhuja Mukherjee, the movie stars actors Tillotama Shome and Chandan Roy Sanyal
Filmmaker Shoojit Sircar’s production “Deep6”, that includes actors Tillotama Shome and Chandan Roy Sanyal, can have its world premiere at the 26th Busan International Film Festival (BIFF).
The movie might be screened underneath the ‘A Window on Asian Cinema’ part, which presents widespread themes and kinds and includes new and distinctive movies by Asian cine-artistes, a launch from the makers learn.
Directed by Madhuja Mukherjee, the movie is produced by Sircar and Ronnie Lahiri of Rising Sun Pvt Ltd, Avik Mukhopadhayay and Editfx Studios.
“Deep6” is ready in 2011 Kolkata and in addition stars Sumeet Thakur, Maya Ghosh, Sumanta Mukherjee and Soumitra Chatterjee, who makes a posthumous look within the film.
The iconic Bengali star, who died in November final 12 months, might be seen in an “emblematic scene – making it one in all his final and beguiling performances”, the makers mentioned.
Sircar mentioned he’s honoured to have “Deep6” premiere globally at the pageant.
“I’ve recognized Madhuja for a few years and it’s been a privilege to work together with her and my shut private pal Avik Mukhopadhyay on this distinctive movie.
“Ronnie and I are at all times trying to current developed and out of the field content material, and it was a fantastic expertise teaming up with individuals who share the identical imaginative and prescient for ‘Deep6,’” the filmmaker mentioned in a press release.
Mukherjee described the movie as a “battleground of affection, loss of life, despair and want.”
“It’s a rare story of an peculiar girl Mitul – performed with nice dynamism by Tillotama Shome – who strives to alter issues which seem fossilised. Amongst the various Kolkata chronicles, that is my story, informed from a lady’s perspective.”
“At one degree, it’s a simple narrative about us – girls – who shared a political dream and endured the mental large brothers; at one other degree, it progressively grew to become an account about collective needs, dilemmas, oversights, vulnerabilities and the town neighbourhoods,” the director mentioned.
BIFF is scheduled to happen from October 6 to fifteen.
Filmmaker Aparna Sen’s characteristic “The Rapist”, starring Konkona Sen Sharma, Arjun Rampal and Tanmay Dhanania, is one other Indian film, set to premiereat the festivalin ‘A Window on Asian Cinema’ part.
The film, which is nominated for the distinguished Kim Jiseok Award at the movie gala, chronicles the journey of three protagonists and the way their lives get entwined due to one horrific incident.
Bangladeshi filmmaker Mostofa Sarwar Farooki can also be nominated for the Kim Jiseok Award for his newest characteristic “No Land′s Man” starring Nawazuddin Siddiqui. The drama, which offers with discrimination and hate crimes based mostly on race, faith, and nationality, has music by AR Rahman.