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Director Shiboprosad Mukherjee marks his debut in short films as a screenplay and story writer

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After Windows’s ‘Brahma Janen Gopon Kommoti’ (2020) blockbuster status, noted director Shiboprosad Mukherjee marks his debut with short films. Due to the lockdown, every movie release has been postponed till an unprecedented period of time and hence Shiboprasad Mukherjee brings for his lovely audience a series of short films.

The director has always made films from slice of life and gave us some realistic films. This new short film ‘Rupkatha’ is a tribute to all our real life heroes who have been serving us during this dreaded situation of Covid-19. ‘Rupkatha’ features prominent actor Biswanath Basu with his entire family at his home. The short film is solely dedicated to all the doctors who have been treating this disease and serving the nation 24/7. The entire medical and health fraternity has been putting up a brave fight against coronavirus and this short film is a humble tribute to our medical heroes. Shiboprosad Mukherjee who has always inspired the audience with his films is surely going to set a benchmark with his debut short film.

Actor of this short film Biswanath Basu went on saying,” When I received the film I was quite overwhelmed that I received an interesting project and have to fulfill this work with 100% dedication. Director duo Shiboprosad Mukherjee and Nandita Roy have always trusted me with everything and I am so thankful to them for that.I am grateful that my work in Rupkotha is appreciated and liked by the audience.”

Director Shiboprosad Mukherjee added, “It is the first time that we are bringing out series of short films and hence it is a great challenge to us. Our medical heroes are the ones who are actually saving the world and us from this pandemic and bringing out the story of their lives was really important.”

The previous film had gone viral and netizens are really looking forward to see what’s in store.

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