After the success of Mukherjee Da’rBou, Pritha Chakraborty is all set to start her new film Paharganj Halt, with Paoli Dam and Ritwick Chakraborty. The film is produced by Pratik Chakraborty, under the banner of Pramod Films.
Paharganj Halt focuses on the concept of self-love. “I am very happy to be part of a project like Paharganj Halt because there’s a very different kind of storytelling. And in this film, we will talk about self-love,” said Paoli. The film’s name draws a picture of a quaint little town with a promise of rare stories.
“What attracted me to this script was how differently this film handles a male-female relationship. It has very relatable characters,” said Ritwick Chakraborty. Though tight-lipped about the story, the writer-director of the film, Pritha says, “As a film-maker, I have always tried to explore the multiple layers of human relations and experiences. The way Mukherjee Da’r Bou talked about the less explored side of a mother and daughter-in-law’s relation, Paharganj Halt will also showcase the extraordinary layers of the human experience.”