Director Raj Chakraborty Recalls His Film Proloy Days; Says ‘The Film Was Stepping Stone’

The director is all set to release his two films-Dharmajuddha and Habji Gabji. Dharmajuddha was supposed to release on April 3 but got delayed due to coronavirus it has been postponed.

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Director Raj Chakraborty Recalls His Film Proloy Days; Says ‘The Film Was Stepping Stone’
Director Raj Chakraborty has recently created a multi-starrer music video to boost the morale of the fans amid this ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The song received good reviews from the fans. Recently, the director remembered his early days of direction and took to his official micro-blogging site twitter to share his thoughts.

Director remembered his film Proloy which was released in 2013. The film starred Sudhir Bandopadhyay, Saswata Chatterjee, Mimi Chakraborty and Ashmita Ghosh. Raj called his Proloy days as stepping stone into unconventional movies.  

 “Back then, no one paid any heed, nor wrote a review resulting it to go off the hall charts sooner than expected. But it received so much appreciation later on. People really loved it,” he tweeted. The film is a crime thriller and had mixed response from the audience.


Meanwhile, the director is all set to release his two films-Dharmajuddha and Habji Gabji. Dharmajuddha was supposed to release on April 3 but got delayed due to coronavirus it has been postponed.


The multi starrer film is a political drama which shows border area where violence over religious differences is a regular thing. The film revolves around five characters who are either Hindu and Muslim. The trailer shows that Subhashree Ganguly, Ritwick Chakraborty, Parno Mitra, Soham Chakraborty is taking shelter in the house of Swatilekha Sengupta. The whole area is burning in communal riot and Hindu and Muslims are fighting with each other. How they keep themselves safe in the film all about.



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