Abhimanyu Mukherjee's Teko is all set for the release on November 22. Ritwick Chakraborty, Srabanti Chatterjee starrer talks about hair loss and how they handle the situation. On the same topic Bollywood film Bala is also made which stars Ayushman Khurana.
But today Rtiwick Chakraborty has a different take on the film subject. Talking to The Times of India, Ritwick said that baldness is never taken as body shaming in our society. I also have a receding hairline but to be frank it’s a natural thing. Still I have been asked many a times how I manage a receding hairline. Don’t you think it’s an absurd question? But you can’t help it, people will ask. A bald pate is seen a bit differently. It’s also a fact that we are sensitive about our hair and more concerned to know how others see it rather than how we feel.”
Ritwick Chakraborty, Srabanti Chatterjee will be sharing screen space for the first time.
Watch the trailer:
The trailer begins with an introduction of the leading man Alokesh played by Ritwick Chakraborty who is very much obsessed with good healthy hair. In fact he chooses a girl, played by Srabanti, for marriage because of her good looking long hair. Everything was going good until Alokesh tried new hair oil named as Byomkesh hair oil. Unfortunately this new hair oil gives a negative result and Alokesh starts loosing all his hair and turns into a bald or Teko. Because of his hair loss, the girl cancels the marriage. To take revenge of his hair loss Alokesh decides to file a court case against the oil manufacturing company. Will he win the case?
In our society we are so much obsessed with physical beauty that sometimes we blindly trust these products and get cheated as well. Director Abhimanyu Mukherjee is all set to focus on this topic in a funny way in his new film Teko. It has been produced by Surinder Films.
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