Bony is a sci-fi movie that releases in theatres on October 10.
After delivering a heart-warming film like Sonar Pahar, actor-director Parambrata Chatterjee is all set to release his newest feature Bony. Since its poster release, there has been considerable buzz around the film. Needless to say, the trailer has already had Bengali moviegoers excited. The film boasts an ensemble cast of Anjan Dutt, Koel Mallick and Parambrata himself, and will hit the theatres on October 10, coinciding with Durga Puja.
What's Bony about?
Bony is based on an eponymous sci-fi novel by eminent Bengali author Sirshendu Mukhopadhyay. The plot follows a Bengali couple residing in Tuscany, Italy who are expecting the birth of their first child. But an accident changes everything and the woman, who’s a bio-scientist, reckons she has been the victim of a sinister plan. We follow her as she seeks to unravel the mystery with the help of her husband.
When is Bony releasing in theatres?
Bony is all set to hit the theatres on October 10 at the peak of Bengali festive season.
Where and when to watch Bony on OTT Platforms?
Bony’s creators are yet to clear the air regarding its OTT release. Hopefully, after a successful theatrical run during the festive season, it will drop on OTT platforms.
In which languages will Bony release?
As of now, Bony will only be released in Bengali.
Who will star in Bony?
Besides the director Parambrata Chatterjee himself, Koel Mallick, Kanchan Mullick and Zachary Coffin will grace the screen in this sci-fi thriller. Screen-veteran Anjan Dutt will also play the key role of a fugitive American scientist of Bangladeshi origin.
Was Bony delayed?
Yes, the first poster of Bony was released back in June, 2019. Due to pandemic and subsequent lockdowns, post-production work got delayed. It was earlier supposed to release last year.
Apart from its gripping storyline, Anupam Roy’s soulful composition is an added attraction. Bengalis are already humming to the tune of Paloma Majumder’s “Mohona”. If you have not checked the trailer out yet, what more incentives do you need?