Sagardwipe Jawker Dhan: See How The Set For The Film Was Created

The film is releasing on 6 December and the whole film has been shot in Thailand. Parambrata Chatterjee and Gaurav Chakraborty play Bimal and Kumar and Koel Mallick will be essaying the role of a doctor

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Sagardwipe Jawker Dhan: See How The Set For The Film Was Created
Sayantan Ghosal's next film Sagardwipe Jawker Dhan has been winning hearts of every fan. Parambrata Chatterjee and Gaurav Chakraborty play Bimal and Kumar and Koel Mallick will be essaying the role of a doctor. The film is believed to be full of adventure.

Surinder films have shared a video in which they show how these sets were made and the whole team made efforts to look it real. The video is worth watching and every bit of it tells the effort of every crew member.


Recently, the trailer was also released. The film is releasing on 6 December and the whole film has been shot in Thailand. 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 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 to the gradually exhausting fossil fuel.

Bimal and Kumar begin their quest for this chemical. In this venture Bimal comes across a doctor, Rubi Chatterjee. Rubi is also in search of the same mythical compound which is necessary to save the life of a child.

This is the sequel of Jawker Dhan which was released in 2016. The film was located in a remote island in Southeast Asia lies the mythical Red Mercury, a chemical compound which could well be the key to resolving the fossil fuel crisis. But that`s not all. Research suggests that this rare compound could also bring about advancements in medical science.

Watch the trailer here:




Image Source:-SurinderFilms
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