About Parapaar

The film is set in December 2012 in the backdrop of the ghastly “Nirbhaya” incident in Delhi, when the entire country rose up in protest against the atrocities perpetuated against women and pronounced the verdict of hanging the miscreants in unison. The film opens with Rudranath Chaterjee returning home, to his wife and their two children, after serving a jail term for alleged rape and murder. The film explores the journey of the protagonist who needs to set the records straight and discover for himself the Truth perennial. This film belongs to the thriller genre questioning and verifying the versions of truth per se vis- a vis the effects of trial by 24X7 media and various social networking platforms.

Cast

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Rituparna Sengupta

a versatile actress in her own right, well known all across the cinema world for her captivating performances, including a National Award for Acting in Rituparno Ghosh’s Dahan.

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Bratya Basu

a name that needs no introduction in Bengal, has acted and directed in numerous films and theatre productions. A successful playwright as well.

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Paoli Dam

popular Bengali film actor, a growing name in Hindi cinema as well. Chatrak (Mushrooms) took her to Cannes amongst others.

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Ahmed Rubel

is an accomplished film, television and theatre actor from Dhaka, Bangladesh

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Anisha Mandal

News

08th
December 2013

by Ruman Ganguly

Paoli Dam and Rituparna Sengupta to share screen for the first time

The two actresses will be seen together in Sanjoy Nag's Parapar for the first time ever.

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17th
January 2014

PTI

Parapar the most complex character in my life: Minister-actor

Parapar the most complex character in my life: Minister-actor

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07th
February 2014

by Shoma A Chatterji

Acting workshops aren’t my thing

Sanjoy Nag is back with Parapar and shoma a chatterji gets him talking

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Bratya Basu
Bratya Basu & Ahmed Rubel