Archana, an educated daughter of retired principal loves Professor Sukhesh. This love born out of intellectual impact is supported by the fond hopes of her father that leads to matrimonial alliance. Archana's mother is of a different class with materialistic notions of life and she too unwillingly gives her consent to the marriage. Seeds of marital love have not yet flowered into sweet joys of wedlock when whims and ego's of Archana and Sukhesh start clashing. Though a dutiful loving wife of a sweet husband, Archana is very much the daughter of her mother, who with all good intentions intervenes in the day to day life of the couple. Understanding leads to misunderstandings and the lovers start misinterpreting each other's sentiments. This ultimately leads to break in marriage - hence the ultimate- eventual separation. Kora Kagaz answers the struggle of intellectual lovers who find it difficult to enjoy marital bliss. The film is a lesson in both love and marriage.
Did You Know?
Kora Kagaz, incredibly, almost didn't get made. Just before the film was to go on the floors, the financier backed out. Vijay Ganguly recounted the incident: "Now after 14 years of struggle, he gets his first film and one day before the mahurat, the financier backs out. He [Anil Ganguly] was, like, my life is ruined."Anil went to the financier's house and tried to reason with him. But he did not relent."The whole night [father] was standing down [outside the financier's house] and the financier kept looking that he wasn't going," Vijay continued. "He came down after a couple of hours and See more
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