Prosenjit Chatterjee Starrer Moner Manush Is Selected At Golden Peacock Retrospective

The film stars Prosenjit, Priyanshu Chatterjee, Raisul Islam Asad, Paoli Dam in the lead roles. Moner Manush has been regarded as one of the best creations of recent times, based on the response received by people of Bengal

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Prosenjit Chatterjee Starrer Moner Manush Is Selected At Golden Peacock Retrospective
Goutam Ghose’s directorial Moner Manush will be screened at International Film Festival 2019 to be held in Goa. The film stars Prosenjit, Priyanshu Chatterjee, Raisul Islam Asad, Paoli Dam in the lead roles. The film has selected under IFFI 2019 Golden Peacock Retrospective.

Prosenjit fans tweeted, “Congratulations @prosenjitbumba  Dada! #MonerManush has selected under #IFFI2019 Golden Peacock Retrospective at #IFFI50, and will be screened at Maquinez-I on 23rd November at 5:00 PM. IFFI Goa.”


The film is a joint venture Bengali-language biographical musical drama film based on the life and philosophy of Lalon, a noted spiritual leader, poet and folk singer of Bengal in the 19th century. Directed by Goutam Ghose, the film has Prosenjit as the lead actor portraying the character of Lalan Fakir. Paoli Dam plays the character of Komli, the key female disciple of Lalan.

Moner Manush has been regarded as one of the best creations of recent times, based on the response received by people of Bengal. The movie has won the award for Best Feature Film on National Integration at 58th National Film Award.

Rabindranath Tagore's elder brother Jyotirindranath Tagore, a Western educated bright young man from the 19th century Bengal met the octogenarian Lalan Fakir and drew a portrait of the poet saint in the former houseboat afloat on the Padma river. Jyotirindranath, an urban intellectual, exchanges views with the man of native wisdom. Their exchange of ideas forms the cinematic narrative of this film. The narrative is a saga of the life and time of Lalan Fakir and his liberal sect who lived a life of high order in an otherwise superstitious 19th century Indian society. Lalan inherited the best of the liberal and enlightened tradition of Hinduism, Buddhism and Islam to develop a philosophy of life which is extremely secular and tolerant. Thus became an easy prey for the fundamentalists from the Hindu and the Muslim institutions. They were the parallel stream flowing freely in the heart of rural Bengal when men like Tagore were germinating ideas of the Bengal Renaissance. The love and compassion of Lalan is relevant more than ever in today’s world of intolerance and hate.


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