News Desk, News Nation 360 : Director Souvik Dey’s new Bengali Film from the house of Soumen Chatterjee Initiative Karkat is coming soon. Karkat is a cinematic journey through some well-known and lesser-known stories of conflict in relationships. The sole child of a social worker father and an esteemed mother, Rohan's life is the subject of this film. Alongside him, this film also recounts some of the life stories of Nandini, a person close to Rohan's roots (4, 2). As their childhood love grows older, Rohan and Nandini must deal with irony and fate. For instance, since he was a young child, Rohan has been guided by his mother Adrija madam's lofty goals, which have helped him rise to the position of high-ranking employee in a foreign company, but Rohan's desires and dreams have not been respected. It is not that Baba Animesh did not object; rather, it is absurd, insane, and delirious for the philanthropist husband to object in front of the double Ph.D. professor Adrija Bagchi. The film tells the story of Rohan's internalised, silent, and excruciating pain. After the sudden death of Rohan's parents, Animesh and Adrija raised their only daughter, Nandini. A close friend of the couple, Nandini and Rohan grew up together, and their childhood friendship culminates in love in adulthood—this is the story of that love. The film chronicles the lives of Rohan's middle-aged drunkard but wise and honest uncle Shivram, his classmate and half-lover Neelima, and his older grandfather Aditya Agarwal. And with that, the story of this film revolves around the strange, random love and euthanasia of another person. The phrase "Morle Maro But Dhereyo" (Morle Maro But Don't Dare) was coined by him. diameter Using this, the film "Korkat" was produced. The Trailer & Music launch of the Bengali film Korkot directed by Souvik Dey witnessed the presence of the star cast Aaryan Bhowmick, Sanjukta Chakraborty, Rohan Bhattacharya, Amyth Sethi, Anindya Banerjee, Aparajita, Dr Ajnjan Mukherjee, Bhaskar Banerjee, Ishan Mitra, Somrik Dinda, Srineeta Bose and others.
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