Mandobasar Galpo (U/A)

Mandobasar Galpo

24 Mar, 2017
1 hrs 44 mins
183 votes
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Mandobasar Galpo is a Romantic Musical Thriller where the main protagonist Ahana Sen (played by Paoli Dam) is a cerebral film maker of national repute but is a loner in reality after losing her fiance, Ritwick Basu (played by Kaushik Sen) few days before their wedding. Ritwik's sudden demise, leaves Ahana deserted, lonely and totally dejected with all the positive facets of life.

Dr. Sayantan Chowdhury, a renowned psychiatrist (played by Parambrata Chatterjee) treats her, helps her come out of the melancholia and is instrumental in making Ahana a successful film maker. But all the feature films directed by Ahana, depict the darker shades of human nature and essentially always result in a climax, which always leaves her audiences sad & gloomy. In short, her personal crisis gradually makes a vast impact on her creativity.

Things change drastically, when Ahana meets Rick Ray, (played by Indrasish Roy), a budding musician in an audition and she gives him the lead character in her new movie. Ahana's behavior starts to undergo a gradual change for better with ongoing time. She also gets attracted to Rick. Why? No one knows about that.

Ahana also starts to feel jealous of Oidrilla (played by Ritu Rai), the heroine of her movie due to her excessive interest towards Rick. This triangular relationship starts affecting the film adversely.

The Producer of the movie, Anurag Bhattacharya and the PR personnel, Mallika, cannot handle the situation as Ahana seems very stubborn and adamant in all her decisions. Why? No one knows about that.

Sreeparna (played by Dipanwita), the chief assistant director of Ahana and her journalist boyfriend Abhirup Dutta (played by Anindya Chatterjee) also start to take keen interest in this uncanny love story between Ahana & Rick, as there is something unusual about it. This is when the plot unfolds.

The story is about the various facets of human emotion and how the characters deal with them.
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