Kolkata, May 13 (Calcutta Tube / IBNS): Tollywood actors Roopa Ganguly, Saswata Chatterjee, and Rajatava Dutta gathered on the sets of Rana Basu’s Bengali debut film Namte Namte to discuss about their roles in the movie here on Thursday.
Namte Namte is based on author Dibyendu Palit’s story “Trata” that highlights the burning socio-economic issue.
In the movie, Rajatava Dutta and Roopa Ganguly are playing man and wife who are struggling to keep with the day to day demand.
It is a depiction of how the family struggles to survive.
Saswata Chatterjee, who is still enjoying his national fame as the deadly assassin Bob Biswas in Sujoy Ghosh’s Kahaani, will be essaying the character of a goon from whom Rajatava’s character asks for help.
Commenting on his role, Rajatava said: “I am playing Anandababu who is a common man. Some day his condition reaches such a point that he is compelled to take help from a goon.”
There are total six songs in the film and singers like Sreya, Anupam, Sidhu and Mir have sung for the film.
(Reporting by Tania Roy)