গোরস্তানে সাবধান | GOROSTHANE SABDHAN (2010) New Bengali Feluda Movie


Director Sandip Ray talks about Feluda

[Gorosthane Sabdhan]Calcutta, December 9, 2010 (Washington Bangla Radio) Film-maker Sandip Ray continues the crime-mystery investigation series of Feluda movies started by his father, acclaimed Academy Award-winning Indian movie-maker Satyajit Ray, with Gorosthaney Shabdhan (Bengali, 2010), meaning Beware In The Graveyard or Trouble in the Graveyard.

The new Feluda film has a star-cast of Sabyasachi Chakraborty as Feluda, Saheb Bhattacharya as Topshe, Bibhu Bhattacharya as Lalmohon Ganguly orofe Jatayu, Tinnu Anand and others.

Shaheb Bhattacharya's father is the veteran soccer player Subrata Bhattacharya. The role of Topshe was previously played in Sandip Ray's Feluda films by actor Parambrata Chatterjee.

Reports suggest Gorosthane Sabdhan will be the last Feluda film featuring Sabyasachi Chakraborty as the detective.

The Complete Feluda Collection

All of the Feluda stories that Ray wrote are now available together in a two volume set, of which this is the first. For the first time ever, the stories are arranged in chronological order of composition, and one can note Feluda's development from an unkown amateur detective to a famous professional private investigatior:

The Complete Adventures of Feluda, Vol. 1 >

The Complete Adventures of Feluda, Vol. 2 >


Plot of the story from Wikipedia:

Gorosthaney Sabdhan is a Feluda story, by the Indian writer Satyajit Ray. It is different from most other Feluda stories, in the sense that this story is based on Feluda's hometown Kolkata (Calcutta). Most of Feluda's adventures take place as he and his company go to visit some place in India or outside. Here, however, Calcutta itself is the setting.

By accident, more than anything else, the three finds themselves beside the grave of Thomas Godwin. The grave was dug up by some miscreants for unknown reasons. The rather colorful history of Mr. Godwin makes Feluda curious to know more about the man.From the diary of Thomas' daughter Charlotte, Feluda finds that a very precious clock went to Thomas' grave with him. To his surprise, Feluda finds that another party knows about this clock and they are trying to get it. Thanks to the brilliance of the detective and the help of 'Haripodobabu', the chauffeur of Mr. Ganguli, a new introduction in this book, their plot is foiled.

The Old Calcutta: for a long time, Calcutta was the capital of British India. Just as the story of the Nawabs plays a vital part in 'Badshahi Angti' (based on Lucknow), the story of British families who lived in the former capital of the British Raj, plays a prominent part in this story. Feluda goes to a Christian cemetery to see the graves of the members of the Godwin family. He goes to Ripon Lane to meet a living member of the family. Later on, he finds that there is an Anglo-Indian branch of the family as well.