Death Certificate Selected To Be Screened At Hyderabad Bengali Film Festival

The film will be screened on July 26. The film is directed by Rajaditya Banerjee and he has dedicated to Bappaditya Bandopadhyay. Death Certificate is a story about a tribal woman Sabitri and her search for her husband

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Death Certificate Selected To Be Screened At Hyderabad Bengali Film Festival
Death Certificate has been selected to be screened at Hyderabad Bengali Film Festival. The film will be screened on July 26. The film is directed by Rajaditya Banerjee and he has dedicated to Bappaditya Bandopadhyay.

Death Certificate is a story about a tribal woman Sabitri and her search for her husband, Ramlokhon. Ramlokhon served water to rail passengers and one evening he didn’t return home. Ramlokhon’s friend, Shibu, comes to look for him in his village and informs Sabitri and the grand old man (Dadu) in the village that he is missing. Sabitri, Dadu and Shibu decide to look for Ramlokhon. When they arrived at the station, they heard that someone has been runover by a passenger train. Station Master informs Sabitri that he hopes it isn’t Ramlokhon but in the worst-case scenario in case the dead body is his she must obtain a death certificate.

The festival started on July 18 and will end on 21st July. South Indian superstar Nagarjuna Akkineni and Bengali legendary filmmaker Buddhadeb Dasgupta inaugurated the 6th edition of HBFF.

This year the Bengali Panorama segment is going to feature 13 Bengali films, out of which 2 films are going to have a World Premiere (Manab Manabi directed by Subrata Sen & Shironam directed by Indranil Ghosh), and 1 film is going to see an India Premier (Tokhon Kuasha Chhilo directed by Saibal Mitra). Apart from this, 9 films are going to be premiered in Hyderabad. Bollywood famed editor Dilip Deo is going to world premiere his directorial debut, Unwanted, in this edition of HBFF. 


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