Sagardwipey Jawker Dhan is all set for release and we couldn’t be more excited. The lead actors Parambrata Chatterjee, Koel Mallick and Gaurav Chakraborty have started their movie promotions in Kolkata. The film which is on a treasure hunt is hitting the screen on December 6.
The lead actors were spotted at Eden Gardens where the first pink ball test match is being played between India and Bangladesh. Koel Mallick and Prambrata Chatterjee along with Saurav Ganguly was seen together watching the match and even indulged in some fun conversation.
Koel Mallick shared the pictures on her social media handle, “At Eden Gardens with the Prince Of Kolkata!”
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.
Bimal and Kumar begins 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 that 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.
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