Remember the iconic character in Bengali Cinema, Dr Roma Banerjee in Harano Sur? Venturing into her grandma Suchitra Sen‘s celebrated shoes, Raima Sen is playing a specialist in Hrid Majharey, a film coordinated by Ranjan Ghosh. No big surprise Raima is amped up for the undertaking. “I adored the movies where Dida (suchitra Sen) tried a specialist’s part. She looked immaculate in them. My character in Hrid Majhare is that of a cardiologist — Debjani. It’s a bit hard to play a specialist, however I’m attempting,” grinned Raima. She meets a junior, certain and a cordial educator, Abhijit Mukherjee, who shows Mathematics at the college. Debjani becomes hopelessly enamored with Abhijit, played by Abir Chatterjee.
Discussing about Hrid Majharey, Abir said, “This is an mature love story, where both the heroes are researchers. It is certainly one of my most difficult parts as such. Be that as it may with Raima around, it is simply unrealistic to be not kidding on the sets. She adores playing tricks and pulling others’ leg. In any case once the chief says ‘movement’, she takes one moment to slip into her character. Unfortunately, I don’t have that much control and continue chuckling actually when the Polaroid is moving.” He further included, “On a genuine note, Raima is a standout amongst the most accommodating and adaptable performing artists to work with. She originates from a group of on-screen characters, however has no starry fits of rage, which makes her considerably more delightful and sweet.”
Explaining on his character, Abir said, “The story is about the voyage of a man, his internal clash as he experiences the good and bad times in life and affection. The plot has been enlivened by Shakespearean speculations on adoration, envy and destiny. Why and how an insightful and certain man like Abhijit loses spunk and force of thinking, whether his undertaking with Debjani bails him leave this circumstance or will he be significantly more discouraged, structure the crux of the film.
Despite the fact that he gets a bit jittery on occasion, buzz is that debutant executive Ranjan is generally making a swell showing. “I am having a great deal of fun on the sets. Ranjan needs him to be considered important as a chief. He gets hyper. Be that as it may I am always playing tricks to lighten the state of mind. Furthermore with Abir as my saint, it is a greater amount of fun and less of work,” grinned Raima.
Mayookh Bhaumik has scored the film’s music, while Kaushik Ganguly has penned the verses. Kaushiki Desikan has been reserved into sing one of the tracks.