Premiere of Postmaster

The premiere of  the  Bengali movie ‘Postmaster’ was held at the historic  Star Theatre in the presence of the cast and crew of the movie.

The lead stars Pujarini Ghosh and Ishaan Majumdar along with the debutant director Srijon Bardhan decided to brighten the afternoon with traditional attires. Pujarini looked immensely gorgeous in a white designer saree paired up with a red sleeveless blouse while Ishaan looked dapper in a blue sherwani.


Pujarini told WBRi on the occasion, “Postmaster is a very special film to me and so is this premiere. I was both excited and nervous before its release as my character is based on Ratna, immortalised by Rabindranath in his short story. My role was very challenging as I had to step into the shoes of a village girl who belongs to a different era altogether. But all those who have seen the film till date have  given me positive reviews and hope the audience across Bengal will also like my effort in the film.”

“The film has been made very beautifully and is very high on aesthetics. A lot of hard work is involved in the film. The audience should not miss catching this film on big screen.” the pretty actress added.

Ishaan, another newbie in the  industry told WBRi, “Postmaster is one of the better things that hashappened to my life. Playing the title role in such a film is a dream come true. My role was quite challenging as my character has three shades and undergoes a number of transitions. Now as the film has released, I am waiting for my report card which will be awarded to me by the audience and critics together. I am quite confident of passing with flying colours.”

“I really loved the way the film has been shaped up and a lot of credit goes to my director Srijon. No one will believe that ‘Postmaster’ is his debut venture, such is the execution of the film.” Ishaan added.

Director Srijon Bardhan had a busy day at the premiere managing guests and screening arrangements. But still he managed to squeeze out time to talk to the media persons in attendance. In such a moment Srijon told WBRi, “It’s the happiest day in my life and now I can realise why directors compare the release of their films as the birth of their babies. I hope the audience will appreciate all the hard work involved in the film.”

“Postmaster has received very positive reviews in the film festivals. I am very confident that it will have the same effect on the greater audience. It is a different story from Tagore’s Postmaster and I am sure the change will be liked as it brings in many turns and twists in the plot.” Srijon added.

The premiere also saw the attendance of a number of persons from the film fraternity which included director Manoj Michigan, Sanjoy Bardhan and Suman Moitra.