Lockdown Will Makes Humans More Sensible, Says Raj Chakraborty

Raj Chakraborty and Subhshree Ganguly have donated to PM CARE Fund and West Bengal CM Relief Fund for the fight against coronavirus.

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Lockdown Will Makes Humans More Sensible, Says Raj Chakraborty
Director Raj Chakraborty’s next film Dharmajuddha release has been postponed due to the sudden outbreak of the coronavirus in the country. The director is maintaining social distancing and staying at home to curb the further spread of the virus. But he is very much active on social media.

Raj Chakraborty said that lockdown will make humans more sensible. The statement came at the time when there is complete lockdown for 21 days in the country.

“True. We are learning to be more hygienic, learning the pain of caged animals & the lonliness & boredom of elderly at home. The lockdown will make humans more sensible. Within few days we are feeling suffocated. But its the only way to stay safe. #StayHome #StaySafe #FightCorona,” Raj Chakraborty tweeted.


Meanwhile, Raj Chakraborty and Subhshree Ganguly have donated to PM CARE Fund and West Bengal CM Relief Fund for the fight against coronavirus.

The film Dharmajuddha was supposed to release on March 20 but the date was changed to April 3 due to the virus.

The trailer correctly quotes, ‘Throughout his life, Ghalib made this mistake, there was dust on his face, he tried to clean mirror’. 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 are 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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