ZEE5 Global has announced the World Digital Premiere of its newest Bengali title ‘Shohorer Ushnotomo Din E’. The film stars Vikram Chatterjee, Solanki Roy, Anindya Chatterjee, Rahul Dev Bose, Debopriyo Mukherjee, Anamika Chakraborty, Debesh Roy Chowdhury, and Sujoy Prasad Chatterjee in pivotal roles. Directed and written by Aritra Sen and produced by Parambrata Chatterjee, the romance drama is streaming now on ZEE5 Global.
‘Sohorer Ushnotomo Din E’ portrays two Kolkata-raised individuals, Ritoban and Anindita. They get a second shot at their unrealized love when Ritoban, a disenchanted Ph.D. student in London, returns to Kolkata after three years and unexpectedly meets Anindita, now a successful RJ and his former college sweetheart. Both reflect on the ideal life they had envisioned before a tragic incident disrupted their plans. As they reunite, their past passion reignites. However, life takes an unforeseen turn when a new opportunity arises for Anindita in London. This film is a tribute to a city often considered ‘fading,’ yet holding within it numerous unfinished love stories that got lost in the pursuit of dreams.
Archana Anand, Chief Business Officer, ZEE5 Global, said, “Our Bengali library is a rich repository with stories ranging from love, drama to comedy and thrillers that greatly appeal to viewers. ZEE5 Global is proud to partner once again with Parambrata Chatterjee to bring a wholesome story of love and life with the World Digital Premiere of Shohorer Ushnotomo Din E, which will offer our viewers an incredible cinematic experience.”
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Producer Parambrata Chatterjee added, “Shohorer Ushnotomo Din E depicts a very modern and universal romance that puts light on how reality can break a relationship and also grant it a second chance. This is a project very close to my heart as I got to work with extremely close friends which is well reflected in the chemistry of the film. While the movie has received a lot of love and appreciation from theatres, I can’t wait to see ZEE5 Global take the film to a global audience. I am confident the universality of the movie’s story will strike a chord with the audience.”