Pramit, an independent filmmaker who is yet to experience the spell of love in his otherwise not-so exciting life, starts shooting a documentary film on love. His exploration leads him to ... See full summary »

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Pradipta Bhattacharyya (story & script)
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Credited cast:
Sudipa Basu Sudipa Basu
Ritwick Chakraborty ... Pramit
Debesh Roy Chowdhury Debesh Roy Chowdhury
Aparajita Ghosh Das ... Shampa
Supriyo Dutta Supriyo Dutta ... (as Supriyo Dutt)
Churni Ganguly Churni Ganguly ... Mallika Saha
Madhabi Mukherjee ... Dida
Monu Mukherjee Monu Mukherjee ... Naren Naskar
Amit Saha Amit Saha ... Amit
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Pramit, an independent filmmaker who is yet to experience the spell of love in his otherwise not-so exciting life, starts shooting a documentary film on love. His exploration leads him to the baffling knowledge of an unforetold mysterious village, existent on what is believed to be the threshold of reality and fantasy. If anyone ever reaches there, stumbling upon a series of coincidences, cannot steer clear of the cupid's arrow, and readily falls in love. Pramit, along with his cameraperson starts looking for the village and subsequently passes through a succession of events which can be termed nothing but magical! Love, with all its colours - sublime as well as physical - doesn't fail to come his way too, or, does it really? Written by Arka Paul

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Screened at Rome Independent film festival See more »

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Wait, someone will come and take you there.
20 May 2021 | by chandraupkar-43668See all my reviews

Bakita Byakyigato is an extremely unique approach taken to love.


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India

Language:

Bengali

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20 September 2013 (India) See more »

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Bakita Byaktigoto See more »

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