Horror flick 'Chayamoy' opens in Kolkata
Kolkata, Mar 22 : The premiere of director Haranath Chakraborty's latest horror flick 'Chayamoy' was held in Nandan on Friday.
The story has been adapted from the novel by renowned children-author Shirshendu Mukhopadhyay whose another novel was recently taken up for the screenplay of Ashchorjo Pradip by director Anik Dutta of Bhooter Bhobishyot fame.
Actor Sabyasachi Chakraborty, his actor son Gourab, Sudip Mukherjee, veteran actor Manu Mukherjee wIth director Haranath Chakraborty himself were present at the premiere to welcome people to watch the movie.
Younger son of Sabyasachi Chakraborty, the Bapi Bari Ja fame actor Arjun was also present on the occasion with his mother actress Mithu Chakraborty.
In Chayamoy, one of the central characters has been played by Sabyasachi Chakraborty who appears to be a ghostly spirit and creates sleuth for a young man to find hidden treasures of ancient times at a village Shimultala.
Real life father and son both sizzled on screen by playing the characters of Chayamoy and Indrajit.
Liking the movie at the grand premiere a viewer expressed her feeling to IBNS, "It is an worthy film for watching out. Not just value of money but to understand the virtue like honesty, this movie will help a lot. Most importantly a director like Haranath Chakraborty who only makes masala movies, this film must be a great gift for the cine-lovers from the director's side."
While catching up Gourab during the interval and asking about his pressure doing this character he spoke to IBNS,"It is really a great pleasure to me working with my father and other veterans like Dipankar Dey, Manu Mukherjee watching whom I grew up. I love reading Shirshendu Mukhopadhyay's story since my childhood. So definitely a pressure was on me while portraying the character. But i have tried my best to synchronize it with the screenplay and the original one. The rest is on the audience."
Whereas, when Sabyasachi was asked about Gourab's recent ascending careergraph , the proud father told,"I do not believe in careergraph and all that. It is all about good works and working with good directors. Moreover it is needless to say Haranath has done something excellent coming out of his genre."