Koel Mallick’s Mitin Mashi is still talk of the town. The film which breaks the myth of women not seen as detective has been successfully winning hearts. Arindam Sil’s film which was released in Puja this year has a woman as the lead hero. And Koel Mallick was successful in carrying the role with so much ease.
Now the actress will be next seen in another mystery thriller film which also stars Parambrata Chatterjee and Gaurav Chakraborty. But before we move ahead with it, Koel Mallick reveals about her other projects. Currently, her plate is full of projects and she is happily enjoying this phase.
I will be in ‘Rawkto Rohoshyo’ where I play a very trusting and simple radio jockey who falls into a deep trap due to her trusting nature. Next will be ‘Bonny’, based on Shirshendu Mukherjee’s story about a couple living abroad, who are taken aback by unexpected incidents. In my 17-year-long career, I’ve always wanted to do interesting films and it’s great to see that such films are finally being made, thanks to the audience, who has become receptive to new ideas, content and on-screen experiments,” Koel was quoted saying to The Times of India.
Her next Sagardwipey Jawker Dhan is all set for release on December 6. Parambrata Chatterjee and Gaurav Chakraborty play Bimal and Kumar and Koel Mallick will be essaying the role of a doctor. The poster looks fun ride and gives a glimpse of the film being a treasure hunt thriller.
Bimal and Kumar meets a petrol pump owner Bakashyam Dhar, whose father Radheshyam Dhar was a scientist. Radheshyam was very adventurous and many years back he sited a remote island in the sea of South East Asia, where he discovered a stone, which has a layer of a mythical chemical compound named Red Mercury. Radheshyam's research suggested that this chemical could be a very effective substitute for the gradually exhausting fossil fuel.
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