MUKTI: Rituparna Sengupta in Reshmi Mitra's Bangla Movie on Juvenile Boy's Affair with Female School Teacher

Reshmi Mitra and Anupam Roy
Reshmi Mitra and Anupam Roy

Kolkata, Jan 21, 2013 (Washington Bangla Radio) Mukti is director Reshmi Mitra's (interview) latest Indian Bangla movie. The film-maker's prior films include Macho Mastana (2012), Piriti Kanthaler Atha (2011) and Bhalobasa Jindabad (2009)


Raja Narayan Deb - Music-Composer
Raja Narayan Deb - Music-Composer

The story of Mukti is based on the relationship of a teacher and her student and shows how they gradually grow affection towards each other.

Tollywood queen Rituparna Sengupta plays a teacher named Nayanika at a North Bengal school. Her personal life is in shambles due her husband's infidelity.

Arko, essayed by Rajdeep, is one of Nayanika's students. He comes from a dysfunctional family where his parents pretty much go around looking for greener pastures. Arko has psychological challenges and is a loner.

Nayanika sets out to assist Arko, but in the process, hormones and loneliness in both of them kick in.

Juvenile tweens or young teens having affairs with teachers as the subject of a film is nothing new, but it has rarely been explored in a Kolkata Bangla movie. At the end of the day, it is the teacher who is responsible for the inappropriate relationship, but the film will tell how director Reshmi Mitra handles it.

The film stars Rituparna Sengupta, Rajdeep, Shilajit, Monami Ghosh, others. Here a couple of more pictures from the audio songs and music recording session.

Reshmi Mitra and Anupam Roy
Reshmi Mitra and Anupam Roy



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