Postmortem of two Short Films

Drunk and allured by this lunatic desperation, I ended up making two short films, The Cemetery (19:55 mins) and B-Minor (14:45 mins). Both of them failed miserably due to an array of reasons apart from the fact that they still look very original and leaves a remote possibility for an audience to say that he or she has seen something like this!

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Sharing my first short film “The Cemetery”

Making a short film amid a host of odds and still enjoying every moment of the journey is probably the most enriching memory that I have for my first short film. With some due accolades from the international film festivals and a prime time telecast in one of the major national channels in India, "The Cemetery" has come …

The Cemetery helped me to ask questions…

Now that I've made a film on my own, I know there is a huge difference in dreaming about making a good film and actually making it good enough. Honestly speaking, I never had the idea about what are the possible threats that might come in my way and overcoming them was purely coincidental. I …

To all of you who made “The Cemetery” possible!

The first screening or rather a core team screening of the short film, “The Cemetery” was happily concluded at the residence of the veteran actor and my recent HERO, Mr. Barun Chanda today. A group of sublimely talented friends of mine who stood by my capricious dream in rain and thunder was there to watch …

The plot of my first film – “The Cemetery”

Carole, a charming young woman in her late twenties comes down to Calcutta to take in her new-found freedom after her husband suffers a sudden death. She refuses to find pleasure in the materialistic beauty of the city and seeks for peace and solace in the midst of the graves of the South Park Street …