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The flavour of Kolkata
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Thursday, September 17, 2015

Reasons to watch Rajkahini

Few reasons why I want to catch Srijit Mukherji’s eagerly awaited Pujo release Rajkahini:

1. It has a delectable ensemble cast of eleven actresses including Rituparna, Sudipta and some other fine performers. Nothing of this sort comes in living memory.
2. It is a period drama with partition of Bengal as a backdrop. Expectations from the director are higher after Jatiswar.
3. It has an equally delectable ensemble cast of actors, with established names.
4. The big canvas of the film, its mounting. It’s his most ambitious project so far as admitted by the director. 
5. The trailer has fanned the eager wait.

An additional attraction: Avik Mukhopadhyay, one of our finest talents and one of my favourites, is the Director of Photography in a first time collaboration with Srijit. I trust him to not only do complete justice to the period piece but also elevate it at a visual level.

The first poster of the film

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