Konttho: Shiboprosad Mukherjee, Paoli Dam Starrer Is Winning Hearts In Bangladesh

The film stars Shiboprosad Mukherjee, Paoli Dam, and Jaya Ahsan in lead roles, and is produced by Windows Productions. Shiboprosad had played the role of radio jockey, Paoli Dam essays his wife Pritha. Jaya Ahsan plays the role of a speech therapist

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Konttho: Shiboprosad Mukherjee, Paoli Dam Starrer Is Winning Hearts In Bangladesh
Konttho which was released in Bangladesh on November 8, is been hailed from all quarters for its heart-warming concept. The film stars Shiboprosad Mukherjee, Paoli Dam, and Jaya Ahsan in lead roles, and is produced by Windows Productions. Shiboprosad had played the role of radio jockey, Paoli Dam essays his wife Pritha. Jaya Ahsan plays the role of a speech therapist.

Talking about ‘Konttho’s Bangladesh release Jaya had said that the film is actually a special project to her. "It has been a vivid journey for me. Artistes play so many roles in this world of acting, but only a few characters they portray leave a mark on their life. My character in this film, Romilla, is still alive within me. I would like to request the audience to watch it in theatres to witness an inspiring film that narrates the struggles between life and death,” she said to The times of India.

The story It revolves around a radio jockey, who gets diagnosed with Stage IV laryngeal cancer. The film stars Shiboprosad Mukherjee, Paoli Dam, and Jaya Ahsan in lead roles, and is produced by Windows Productions. While Shiboprosad himself plays the radio jockey, Paoli Dam essays his wife Pritha. Jaya Ahsan plays the role of a speech therapist.

Konttho’ is a film which celebrates hope and fragility of life while dealing with the subject of cancer.   

Watch the trailer here: 



Shiboprosad Mukherjee and Nandita Roy’s latest release was Gotro. Gotro deals with the evils of the caste system, which is still prevalent in society. It also refers to the recent rise of communal sentiment and conflict caused by various divisive ideologies in the country.

The story is about a Hindu aged woman and her Muslim caretaker. They are from different religious background and culture but still they share an emotional bonding like a mother and son. Their bonding in the film has put up a question that is it really necessary to belong from same religion, same Gotro to be emotionally connected with someone?  


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