✍️By Special Correspondent
Sand ARC Media Production yesterday, released the trailer of their upcoming film, ‘Sedin Kuyasha Chile’, in the presence of the director Mr Arnas K Middya, who is also presenting the movie & Mr Ranajay Bhattacharjee, the music director along with the cast and crew members.
The movie features renowned artists including Jeetu Kamal, Paran Bandyopadhay, Lily Chakraborty, Sauraseni Maitra, Debshankar Haldar, Kharaj Mukherjee, Jay Sengupta, Arna Mukhopadhyay, Sayantani Guhathakurata, Abantika Biswas & Sabuj Bardhan amongst others.
‘Sedin Kuyasha Chile’ delves into the depths of love, shedding light on the often overlooked forms of affection. The narrative unfolds the unconstitutional love of parents for their children, the genuine camaraderie among friends, and the self-sacrificing love of a revolutionary for his country. These timeless forms of love have been passed down through ages, transcending generations. The film questions the nature of love and whether distance Inter: ifles its depth.
‘Sedin Kuyasha Chile’ explores the swing between wants and needs, the sense of duty, and the impact of everyday struggles on relationships. It’s a story that reflects the profound effects of events beyond our control, wrapped in a different guise. The entire cast members have given compelling performances which is bound to move the audoence”, said Mr Arnab K Middya, Director.
The soulful soundtrack features Nachiketa Chakraborty, Lagnajita Chakraborty, Kharaj Mukherjee, Shaoni Majumdar, Nistha Sinha and composer Ranajay Bhattacharjee.
The film boasts a stellar technical team which includes cinematographers Manoj Karmakar and Subhadeep Naskar, editor Anirban Maity, sound designer Amit Kumar Dutta and colorist Sourav Das. The makeup is handled by Md Younus, creative designing by Join The Dots, VFX by Darkverse Studio, promo music and mix mastered by Tamu! & Sirshendu, visual promotion by Ujjwal Shee and post-production by Studio Kolaz.
‘Sedin Kuyasha Chilo’ will release on 9th February, 2024 across leading standalone theatres and multiplexes of West Bengal.