Jisshu Sengupta Likely to Play Vidya Balan’s Husband Role in Biopic on ‘Shakuntala Devi’

Jisshu will be playing Vidya’s husband Paritosh Banerji role who was an IAS officer. The film is directed by Anu Menon and is expected to release in 2020. Shakuntala Devi was popularly known as human computer

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Jisshu Sengupta Likely to Play Vidya Balan’s Husband Role in Biopic on ‘Shakuntala Devi’
Actor Jisshu Sengupta has started taking roles from Bollywood. He has recently started shooting for Sadak 2 in Ooty. Sadak 2 marks the comeback of Mahesh Bhatt as director. Now, the rumours have started that he will be essaying Vidya Balan’s husband role in a biopic based on Shakuntala Devi or human computer.

According to reports, Vidya Balan has been roped in to play the role of math genius Shakuntala Devi and Jisshu will play her on-screen husband Paritosh Banerji who was an IAS officer from Kolkata and was married to Shakuntala. However, they got separated in 1979. The film is directed by Anu Menon. 

Meanwhile, Jisshu U Sengupta’s Bornoporichoy has hit the theaters and is running successfully at all theaters. The film is directed by Mainak Bhaumik.

Check out the official trailer of the movie here:

In the trailer, Abir Chatterjee is seen as a cool-blooded psycho criminal who leaves clues after every crime and the clues are related with the five elements of nature as described in Ved. His character has been introduced as a person who has nothing to lose. On the other hand, we can see Jisshu Sengupta as a man investigating the crimes and daring to take the challenge thrown by the psycho killer. His character has been described as a man who has lost everything.  The crimes puzzle Abir as the killer with a weird personality leaves behind a symbol, more precisely an alphabet, every time he strikes.

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