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Aparna Sen's remake of 'Ghawre Bairey' is now 'Ghawre Bairey Aaj'

News / Bengali
11-Sep-2018 11:49AM
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It's a long time since we heard about Aparna Sen. Her last film as a director was 'Sonata' which was released in both English and Hindi languages. There was a news long back that she started the resurrection of Rabindranath Tagore's famous 'Ghawre Bairey'. Now the big news is that it could see daylight on Monday, September 10. Previously the title was decided to be 'E Juger Ghawre Bairey' but now it's changed to 'Ghawre Bairey Aaj'.

Character of Sandip will be played by Jisshu Sengupta while Nikhilesh will be played by Anirban Bhattacharya. Soumitra Chatterjee and Victor Banerjee respectively played the same roles in Satyajit Ray’s adaptation of the same. Other star-casts are Tuhina Das, Anjan Dutt. All are playing pivotal roles as it is the adaptation and the classic was made by the maestro, Satyajit Ray.

Aparna Sen made her film debut at the age of 15, when she played the role of Mrinmoyee in the Samapti portion of the 1961 film 'Teen Kanya' directed by Satyajit Ray. Sen won nine times National Film Awards and nine times international film festival awards for her direction in films.



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