Bratya Basu’s Next Film ‘Dictionary’ Shooting To Resume From August, Reveals Nusrat Jahan

The film is based on Buddhadeb Guha’s two short stories ‘Baba Howa’ and ‘Swami Howa’. She will be seen opposite Abir Chatterjee who is also in the lead role.

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Bratya Basu’s Next Film ‘Dictionary’ Shooting To Resume From August, Reveals Nusrat Jahan
 Nusrat Jahan has just revealed that director Bratya Basu next upcoming film ‘Dictionary’ will resume its shooting from August. The film shooting was stopped because of the coronavirus but now the government has given permission for shooting of films and serials. This is big relief for the entertainment industry as they were badly affected due to the outbreak of virus.

Nusrat Jahan took to her micro-blogging site Twitter and wrote, “Shoot for Bratya Basu's #Dictionary resumes this August.” She will be seen opposite Abir Chatterjee who is also in the lead role.




Apart from Nusrat and Abir, the film also features Bangladeshi actor Mosharraf Karim, Poulomi Basu and Arna Mukhopadhyay in pivotal roles. As reported, the film is based on Buddhadeb Guha’s two short stories ‘Baba Howa’ and ‘Swami Howa’.

There were speculations that Parambrata Chatterjee will also be seen in the film but there is no official confirmation on this.


Meanwhile, both Abir Chatterjee and Nusrat Jahan were seen in Asur which was released on January 3 this year. The movie's plot is set at the background of 2015 Durga Puja when a stampede-like situation occurred at the Deshapirya Park Puja when people had gathered around to see 88-feet Durga idol.



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