Prosenjit Chatterjee is very busy with these days as his movies are coming back to back. His recent release Gumnaami has been appreciated all over. South Asian International Film Festival 2019 has official selected the film which is on Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose.
On the occasion of Bha Dooj, the actor celebrated it with his sister and shared the picture on his official Twitter account. "ভ্রাতৃদ্বিতীয়ার এই শুভ দিনে ভাই বোনের সম্পর্ক হয়ে উঠুক আরো মধুর।
সবাইকে ভ্রাতৃদ্বিতীয়ার অনেক প্রীতি, শুভেচ্ছা ও অভিনন্দন।"
Gumnaami has been released in Hindi after watching the massive success in the Bengali Film Industry. The trailer has been released in two languages—Hindi and Bengali. After the release of the teaser, the film has already been in controversies.
The trailer opens up with the hearing of Mukherjee commission. The prosecutor hints that Bose might have lived as an ascetic in his later years and has the evidence to prove his claims. However, the jury did not accept it. The jury begins to question the political inclinations of the prosecutor, to which he said that he is a member of Bose's Azad Hind Fauj armed force. In the trailer, there are glimpses of Prosenjit Chatterjee who is essaying the tutorial role in the film.
Watch the trailer here
Netaji’s death is still an unsolved mystery. There are lots of speculations about it but most of us are clueless about the truth behind these speculations. The film is based on the book named as “Conundrum” written by Anuj Dhar and Chandrachur Ghose which is actually based on the hearings of Mukherjee Commission.
The film will show three popular theories related with Netaji’s death. These three theories are, he died in the plane crash in Taiwan, he died in Russia and the other theory is that he died at an older age while living a secret life as Gumnaami baba.
Image Source:- twitter/prosenjitbumba/status/youtube/svf
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