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The first look of the anthology film Shedin Kuyasha Chilo

Stars unite for the film with three interlinked stories that are based on three different time zones

The Telegraph Published 15.11.22, 03:43 AM
Looks of actors from the film

Looks of actors from the film

Sauraseni Maitra, Jeetu Kamal, Sayantani Guhathakurta, Paran Bandyopadhyay, Lily Chakraborty, Debshankar Halder, Joy Sengupta, Kharaj Mukherjee, Arna Mukhopadhyay, Abantika Biswas and others star in the new anthology film with three interlinked stories, Shedin Kuyasha Chilo. The film combines three stories based on three different timezones.

Arna and Sauraseni

Arna and Sauraseni

The first story is set in the 1940s. “A freedom fighter ends up taking refuge in a woman’s place one night after being chased by the cops. The woman’s husband had been a martyr for the country. As the conversation unfolds between the woman and the man, agonising incidents that resonate with modern-day issues are brought to light.

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Sayantani and Jeetu

Sayantani and Jeetu

The second story is about three childhood friends who have lost touch with each other due to a miscommunication between them. They reunite after many years. Memories of the past reignite, they discuss their time spent together in the past and resolve the issues amongst them. During this time a spine-chilling story is shared that has a life-changing impact on all their lives.

Paran and Lily

Paran and Lily

The third story is about a young village boy who comes to the city to pursue his dream of becoming a doctor. With time, he goes on to become a well-known doctor, gets married to a city girl and lives his life comfortably. However, he never thinks about his old parents who he had left behind in the village. His wife too is against bringing her in-laws to the city. However, his parents eventually visit them in Calcutta. What happens next will make the audience ponder upon their own life and the choices they’ve made as well,” says director Arnab Middya.

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