Pavel’s ‘Asur’ which stars Abir Chatterjee, Jeet and Nusrat Jahan in the lead role, is all set for the release. The film shooting has been completed. The film explores complex relationship between three friends.
Talking to The Times Of India, Nusrat try to shed some light on her character in the film. “The characters in the film belong to art schools, so it has been very different and it has been quite exciting. There’s a lot of space to act and lot of shades in all the characters.”
She further said that people will very easily connect the film. “It will attract the audience because they can relate to the story; they can feel the essence of the culture and art that Bengal treasures. Also, Jeetda is looking completely different here. It has a great storyline as well. So, I believe Asur will be a good watch,” added Nusrat.
Nusrat will leave for Delhi to attend the winter session of Parliament. The actress looked gorgeous in a black and silver saree at the Kolkata International Film Festival inauguration ceremony
The film will be produced by Jeet’s home production Jeetz Filmworks and it will be directed by Pavel who has also written the film. The film will feature the trio of Jeet, Abir Chatterjee and Nusrat Jahan in the lead.
This will be a story of three friends played by Jeet , Abir, and Nusrat who used to be friends during their college days but the film will tell their story of much later phase of their life when they are in their thirties. The film will also be a tribute to famous sculptor and painter Ramkinkar Baij. Jeet will be seen playing a sculptor and painter in the film.
Watch the teaser here:
This film will reunite Jeet and Abir after a long gap of five years, these two were seen together last time in the film The Royal Bengal Tiger. Nusrat Jahan is making a comeback after entering into politics and marriage.
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