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Monday, July 06, 2009

Jee-Ko the twosome

The most popular pair in contemporary Bengali mainstream cinema in post Prasenjit-Rituparna era is back again. After more than two dry years of depriving thousands of cinegoers Jeet-Koel (Or 'Jee-Ko' to savvy fans) reunites in Saat Pake Bandha directed by debutant Sujit Mondal under the banner of the best in the business- Shree Venkatesh Films.

The exclusive photo above, from a recent promotional tour to Krishti Cultural Complex, Memari for 'Saat Pake Bandha' showing the warm off-screen bonding between the is a fine indicator of the on-screen chemistry they've worked up on screen again.

Coming soon is their second outing 'Neel Akashe Chandni', a triangle love story directed by veteran Sujit Guha, with Jisshu sharing the lead, for which they shot first after the happening reunion that drove tinsel media working overtime.

1 comment:

  1. The pic that accompanies your post says it all, buddy!
    Jeet & Koel are famously compatible with each other on screen, and it really leaves us no choice but to vote for them as the most romantic lead pair that we currently can boast of in Bangla cinema. More power to them!
    I was privileged to see them shoot together at Metropolis, Hiland Park (along with child actor Angshu), for one of their early films, and I was pleasantly surprised by their comfort level. They had a great time engaging in a friendly banter and, needless to say, such camaraderie reaps great benefits for the film.


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