Ballygunge Court (2007)

Ballygunge Court is directed by Pinaki Chowdhury and based on Bani Basu’s story Deepshikha. The casting includes Soumitra Chatterjee, Sabyasachi Chakraborty, Mamata and Tanusree Shankar in major roles.The film is about the parents whose kids are leaving Calcutta/Kolkata for better career prospects abroad. Nevertheless, they are leaving behind their parents at home, to suffer their rest of the life in loneliness.

Ballygunge Court (2007)

Ballygunge Court is directed by Pinaki Chowdhury and based on Bani Basu’s story Deepshikha. The casting includes Soumitra Chatterjee, Sabyasachi Chakraborty, Mamata and Tanusree Shankar in major roles.The film is about the parents whose kids are leaving Calcutta/Kolkata for better career prospects abroad. Nevertheless, they are leaving behind their parents at home, to suffer their rest of the life in loneliness. The film is based on this appartment named ‘Ballygunge Court’ and builds up around the two couples played by Soumitra-Mamata and Sabyasachi-Tanusree.  It also deals with a social problem of the country losing its young brains to foreign nations. Most of the shots were indoor and sometimes suffocating, except some beautiful urban landscapes of London. The cinematography resembles more to that meant for small screens.

Ballygunge Court (2007)
Ballygunge Court (2007)

Staring: Bhaswar, Mamata Shankar, Sabsachi, Soumitra Chatterjee
Language: Bengali
Director: Pinaki Chowdhury
Producer: Ganapati Productions
Writer: Bani Basu

Ballygunge Court is directed by Pinaki Chowdhury and based on Bani Basu’s story Deepshikha. The casting includes Soumitra Chatterjee, Sabyasachi Chakraborty, Mamata and Tanusree Shankar in major roles.The film is about the parents whose kids are leaving Calcutta/Kolkata for better career prospects abroad. Nevertheless, they are leaving behind their parents at home, to suffer their rest of the life in lonelyness. The film is based on this appartment named ‘Ballygunge Court’ and builds up around the two couples played by Soumitra-Mamata and Sabyasachi-Tanusree.  It also deals with a social problem of the country losing its young brains to foreign nations. Most of the shots were indoor and sometimes suffocating, except some beautiful urban landscapes of London. The cinematography resembles more to that meant for small screens.

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