Raj Chakraborty is making Bengali films back to back now that his films are commercial blockbusters in West Bengal. His fifth film Dui Prithibi, being produced by Shree Venkatesh Films, is based on the Telugu hit Gamyam (2008). For the first time, Raj is handling a road movie with two parallel heroes who are going great in Bengali cinema right now. Koel Mullick who plays the apex of this love triangle, plays a doctor who leaves the city after her split with boyfriend (Jeet) a rich boy with a flashy motorcycle. She decides to shift her practice to the rural areas to serve the needy. But her boyfriend follows up on his trendy mobile while another young man, a thief, hitches a ride with him pretending to help him but in reality, he has his eyes of the bike. The role of the bike is being enacted by a Kawasaki Ninja bought exclusively for Dui Prithibi by Shree Ventakesh Films. They know how to pamper their directors who rake in the moolah! “I play a very level-headed, practical girl in this film who tries to cope with her break-up by shifting her medical priorities to the rural platform,” says Koel who also played a medical student in Bolo Na Tumi Amar last year. The shooting began in March with the team scooting off to areas where they had to make daily trip to the Maoist belt of Balarampur and Ayodhya Pahar having set base in Purulia town. “The characters in this film are constantly on the move so we have quite a few risky shots. Actually, the character played by Dev lands in a motor cycle injury and has to be admitted in a local hospital where Koel plays the doctor,” laughs Raj. It should be interesting to find out who gets the medico in the end – the Richie Rich kid or the thief.