Rajlokhi O Srikanto has one of the finest albums of the year and the latest release Amar Etuk Sudhu Chaoa is another proof. Directed by Pradipa Bhattacharya the film stars Ritwick Chakraborty, Jyotika Jyoti.
Amar Etuk Sudhu Chaoa is composed by Anirban Das and sung by Timir Biswas. The song has been picturised on Ritwick Chakraborty, Jyotika Jyoti, and Rahul Banerjee.
Listen to the track here:
This is a situational song where Ritwick and Jyotika want to clarify a lot of things with each other but they have to control themselves. They are communicating with each other through eyes.
In the Rajlokhi O Srikanto, Ritwick is essaying the role of Srikanta who is an unmarried man in his mid-thirties. He has come to Kolkata from his village Nishindipur and works in a private nursing home in the city. He does not like what he does for a living, he wants to quit. At such a juncture, an old college friend of his named Hukumchand, an influential business tycoon, invites him on a picnic to a hilly province quite far from Calcutta, with a plan for them to have some fun and revelry there over a couple of days. Srikanta, having gone on such trips with Hukum previously, eagerly accepts the offer this time as well.
Side by side another story here is that of a married woman named Annada who Indranath falls in love with. They are forced to leave the village after a terrible accident and it is not until much later in the film that we find out where Indranath and Annada disappear too.
This accident had immense adverse impact on Srikanta’spsyche. It causes him to suffer from a split personality. After this Srikanta meets and later falls in love with a young girl named Rajlakshmi, a destitute refugee from Bangladesh. However the relationship falls apart because of Srikanta’s own mistakes. What will Srikanta do next? Which of his personalities will take over? And in which direction will his life inevitably lead him?
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