On March 29th, the film “Bengal 1947,” which portrays the misery of partition, is scheduled for release. The film, which is helmed by Akashaditya Lama and produced by Satish Pande, Rishabh Pande, and Akashaditya, centers on the effects of the country’s division on Bengal.

It must be acknowledged that the public’s perception of the nation’s division was primarily focused on the hardships, deaths, and devastation experienced by the western borders. Perhaps it is due to the plethora of books and movies that have been produced portraying the atrocities of the partition with a focus on our western borders.

(Akashaditya Lama)

On the other hand, “Bengal 1947” attempts to shed light on the effects of the partition on our eastern border in the former Bengal. Akashaditya Lama’s play “Shabri Ka Mohan” served as the inspiration for the film.

The film, which was chosen for the Bengal International Film Festival in Kolkata, had its premiere on February 18 at the Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute of India. The film was well received and praised at the festival.

“Bengal 1947” stars Devoleena Bhattacharjee, Omkar Das, Aditya Lakhia, Manikpuri, and Sohela Kapoor. Comfed Productions is the banner under which the film is produced. On March 29, Platoon Distribution will release the film nationwide.

Topics #Akashaditya Lama #Bengal 1947 #Devoleena Bhattacharjee #Satish Pande #Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute