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The first look of Kamaleswar Mukherjee's Ami Amar Moto starring Srabanti, Jeetu and Rajatava

Following the untimely death of his wife Chhaya (Rita Dutta Chakrabarty), Rashik (Rajatava Dutta) a man in his 60s becomes awfully lonely and disheartened. Meanwhile, their only son Upal (played by Jeetu Kamal), an engineering graduate working in the IT sector had to leave his father and go abroad to work for an MNC

The Telegraph Published 15.01.24, 10:34 AM
Srabanti, Rajatava and Jeetu 

Srabanti, Rajatava and Jeetu 

Kamaleswar Mukherjee has wrapped up the shoot of the film Ami Amar Moto, which stars Srabanti, Jeetu Kamal and Rajatava Dutta. Following the untimely death of his wife Chhaya (Rita Dutta Chakrabarty), Rashik (Rajatava Dutta) a man in his 60s becomes awfully lonely and disheartened. Meanwhile, their only son Upal (played by Jeetu Kamal), an engineering graduate working in the IT sector had to leave his father and go abroad to work for an MNC. In UK, he chases his aspirations to shape a ‘start-up’ venture while he befriends and starts living in with his partner Shayoni (Srabanti). Rashik starts developing a distance with his son whom he alleges to be neglectful towards his parents though Upal and Shayoni try desperately to bridge the gap. “Now, the quest for a rare photograph of his wife Chhaya, a prized possession for Rashik, makes Rashik travel abroad and confront his son Upal that interweaves a complex ‘father-son’ emotional fabric, the cornerstone of the simple non-linear narrative. While shooting the family film abroad and in India, as well, the unit itself became and behaved like a well-knit family that has supported me all the way. Brilliant performances by Ronyda, Jeetu, Srabanti, Rita di made my task easy,” said Kamaleswar.

“I am immensely proud of what we have achieved with this film. Blending the vibrant culture of Bengal with the cosmopolitan backdrop of London, we have strived to create a narrative that resonates universally. The journey of Rashik, Upal, and Shayoni is not just a story of familial bonds but also a reflection of contemporary societal dynamics. The challenges of shooting across continents were vast, yet the dedication of our cast and crew, led by the visionary Kamleshwar Mukherjee, transformed these into opportunities for creative brilliance. As we move into post-production, I am confident that Ami Amar Moto will not only entertain but also provoke thought and dialogue among our audience, transcending geographical and cultural boundaries,” said producer Himanshu Dhanuka.

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