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Ranjan Ghosh to shoot in Andamans with Abir and Raima
Kolkata | Wednesday, Feb 13 2013 IST
 
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After a gap of 33-years director Ranjan Ghosh's film 'Hrid Majhare', starring Abir Chatterjee and Raima Sen, will be shot in the Andamans. In 1979 ace director Tapan Sinha shot 'Sabuj Dwiper Raja' in the islands. It was an adventure film and ranked among the most popular Bengali films for children. The cast and crew of the film will be off to Andaman Islands to shoot a fair portion of the film later this month. 'Hrid Majharey' is about the journey of a man through the ups and downs of his love life and the conflict between his love and self. Ranjan Ghosh said he was inspired by the Shakespearean themes of love, jealousy and destiny, along with Marquezian magic of realism when he thought of making this film. Incidentally, this is the first time Raima and Abir have been cast opposite each other.

The film is basically a love story between a professor named Abhijeet and Debjani who's a cardiologist. When Debjani and Abhijit take a much-needed break and head off to the Andamans, they have no idea what is in store for them. A casual trip changes the whole equation of their relationship. The director plans to shoot in some striking locations such as Port Blair, Chidiya Tapu, Munda Pahar Beach,Wandoor Beach, Marina Bay, Public library, Rose Island and the Cellular Jail for over ten days.

The cast also includes Indrasish along with a some new faces. UNI BM PL/SRC1533 NNNN

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