By Mousumi Sarkar / WBRINN
Kolkata, June 6 (Washington Bangla Radio): The music release of one of the most awaited films of 2013 took place at the Music World. "Mrs. Sen" the fourth movie from the kitty of director Agnidev Chatterjee and deals with the sensitive issue of infidelity. The story brings together an interesting mix of casting. It stars Rituparna Sengupta, Rohit Roy and Hrishita Bhatt in the lead.
At the very beginning of the event Agnidev Chatterjee was spotted chit-chatting, sharing a laugh and his words with people approaching him. WBRI caught up with the director who was looking relaxed in a white t-shirt, and his confidence about the movie was quite clear. “This movie is different from the others ones that I have made, entirely different storyline. The response has even been very good so far. I am expecting it to do very well”, said When Agnidev Chatterjee was asked about his reaction to the kind of response the film is getting from the promos. He sure has reasons as the film promos do give the impression of a very mature movie with an extremely high quality production.
In one of the most favorite music stores, on the most interesting intersection of happening places in Kolkata, the music was launched in the presence of glittering personalities. Rituparna Sengupta, elegant is what she looked in the creamy yellow sari and was sporting the smile that has been winning hearts for years. Accompanying her was Rohit Roy, the male lead of the film. His outlook in an unbuttoned checked shirt over a tee with a slinged side bag gave an impression that he is out for an evening stroll in his lawn. The place was abuzz with people discussing the music and promos of the film which have already caught up nicely with the audience, the changing scenario of Bangla movies, and the pattern of movie making.
The script is written by Sudipa Mukherjee, who is also the wife of Agnidev Chatterjee. Beautiful she looked in a black outfit as she wore her sweet smile, having lot to say about the movie story. She feels for it. Being the script writer comes easy to her as she puts her heart to it than her mind. It is an act of spontaneity that brings out the best from her, and it is this spontaneity that has resulted as Mrs. Sen. “I don’t sit with any idea to write up a story, there are no pre-conceived stories in my mind that I try to bring on paper. I write the story that I wish to write and jot them down as they come spontaneously. Mrs. Sen was also put to paper like that. It’s not just about infidelity but the emotional journey of the three characters which is more intriguing”.
Sudipa Mukherjee also took us to into the depth and perhaps to the actual idea or point of the story as she explained the rise of complications when none is wrong or when the boundary of wrong and right gets blurred with honest situations that none can deny.
Mr. Pankaj Agarwal took the stage we stood eagerly for the event. The music was launched. Composed and directed by Indradip Dasgupta, the promotional song have already captured the audience’s interest gave the idea of the quality of music.
The film that deals with such an issue like this, surely needed an equally capturing music to complement the theme. Indradip Dasgupta seems to have done just that. The music is subtle, soothing and can take one into trance. It includes three Tagore songs – Amar khela jokhon chilo, Tumi cherey chile and Tobu mone rekho. The song that is being seen in the promotional music video – ghar aaja, has caught up very well with the audience. The music is soulful and plays “within you” and not just “outside you”.
Rituparna Sengupta also talked about being a part of the movie, her character and the music that has enthralled her. Rohit Roy, who was looking amazing in the films promos, talked about being suggested by Rituparna to do the film and his delight in being a part of Mrs. Sen.