Directed by: Buddhadeb Dasgupta
Story and Screenplay: Buddhadeb Dasgupta
Cast: Prosenjit Chakraborty, Amitabh Bhattacharjee, Sameera Reddy
Pruducers: Anuradha Prasad , Shanjiv Shankar Prasad
Music Director: Biswadeb Dasgupta
Cinematographer: Sunny Joshep
Editor: Amitabha Dasgupta
Ami Yasmin O Aamar Mashubala is all set to release in December 2008. The Buddhadeb Dasgupta film is also called “The Voyeurs” for the international market. This is a movie with completely different taste and subject where the leading actors like Prosenjit Chakraborty and Amitabh Bhattacharya are actually peeping on Sameera Reddy (Bollywood Star). The Voyeur, which has had one market screening in Cannes is believed to have some potential commertial market value also.
Sameera Reddy comes to Calcutta to try her luck as an actress. She is a dance too. She rents an apartment next to the place where Prosenjit (as Dilip) lives. Prosenjit plays a peeping Tom with a surveillance camera. He meets with Sameera Reddy and liked her very much. Prosenjit is an obsessed fan of Madhubala. But now he starts believing that Sameera Reddy is even more beautiful than Madhubala! Prosenjit starts to keep track of Sameera. Amitabh Bhattacharjee plays the role of muslim roommate of Prosenjit – Yasin. Amitabh Bhattacharjee comes to Calcutta from Behrampore. Prosenjit and Amitabh’s familes know each other for a very long time. Both Yasin and Dilip enjoys the free show on the TV many time. However, Yasin gets astonished when Dilip shiches off the television just when Rekha (Sameree Reddy) is about to open her bra! But when Sameera Reddy discovers the surveillance camera, she promptly reports to the police. Prosenjit escapes before the cops arrive. Unfortunately during the same time there happens some bom blasts and the cops misidentify them as terrorists. Yasin’s look is again very similar to one of the member of an Islamic terrorist gang the police has been looking for a long time.
Finally the police are able to catch Dilip and Yasin. But the fate for them is not good at all. Yasin remains to be the victim of mistaken identity and in customary Indian fashion, he is “encountered” while Dilip is sent to Jail for life.