Ritwick Chakraborty Starrer ‘Shantilal O Projapoti Rohoshyo’ Official Poster Released

Pratim D Gupta shared the poster on his Twitter handle and the trailer of the movie will be released today in the evening. The film is a detective thriller and is expected to release in August

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Ritwick Chakraborty Starrer ‘Shantilal O Projapoti Rohoshyo’ Official Poster Released
Director Pratim D Gupta has released the official poster of his next upcoming detective film Shantilal O Projapoti Rohoshyo. He shared the poster on his official Twitter handle. The film features Ritwick Chakraborty Goutam Ghose, Chitrangada Chakraborty and Ambarish Bhattacharya.

“The official poster of #Shantilal O Projapoti Rohoshyo. Trailer out tomorrow at 6pm,” he tweeted.

In the movie, Ritwick plays Shantilal who is not a professional detective but he is a journalist in a newspaper. He turns out to be a detective when he gets involved in a mystery related to a superstar. Paoli Dam is playing the superstar role. The film was earlier named Ink.

This is not the first time that Pritam Da Gupta has made detective thriller. The film is scheduled to release in August. Pratim’s earlier hits Saheb Bibi Golaam and Machher Jhol was also released in August.

Machher Jhol had done well on the box office and received a good response from the audience. It is considered one of the best films of Paoli Dam in her career. The film travels beyond food to highlight the complex nature of modern relationships. It focuses on ambitions which often faces wrath from old school thoughts and traditions. Ritwick essays his role of a Paris-based chef with consummate ease, shifting gear from being a popular chef, to a responsible child of his mother and lastly a puzzled son while facing his father.

The film was also screened at the India-China Film Festival in Delhi.

Image Source:- twitter/PratimDGupta, instagram/arko.pravo.mukherjee
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