Lokkhi Chhele: Kaushik Ganguly Is My Favourite Director, Says Son Ujaan Ganguly

The film story shows superstitions, stigma which is still very much prevalent in society. The film is spreading a very important message. Ujaan Ganguly had debuted in Rosogolla which was a superhit

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Lokkhi Chhele: Kaushik Ganguly Is My Favourite Director, Says Son Ujaan Ganguly
Kaushik Ganguly’s next film Lokkhi Chhele is about superstitions which is prevalent in our society. The film will feature Ujaan Ganguly in the lead role. The film story is inspired by the real-life incident and will be produced by Windows Production house. The official poster of the film shows Ujaan carrying a small baby girl who has four hands.

Ujaan is working under his father Kaushik Ganguly for the first time and the actor is very excited too. The actor said, “This is first time I am working with my father. He is my favourite director and also proud of it.”

The story shows superstitions, stigma which is still very much prevalent in society. The film is spreading a very important message.

 “I am essaying the role of a doctor who has his own principles and is against these superstitions of society. He wants to bring changes in the society and is very much determined to do this. How will he do this and what difficulties he faces is the story all about,” Ujaan had said. 


Ujaan Ganguly had debuted in Rosogolla. This will be Ujaan's second movie after his super hit debut in Rosogolla.

The film narrates the story of the invention of Rosogolla. Nobin Chandra Das's father dies soon after Nobin's birth and faces a financial crisis. Nobin decides to become a sweet maker. His love interest (later wife) Khirodmoni suggests and inspires him to invent a new type of sweet. After years of hard work, Nobin invents Rosogolla. This invention makes him famous in West Bengal.


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