Aritra Sen’s film which also features Ishaa Saha will be released on March 17.
Last Updated: 05.02 PM, Mar 05, 2023
Parambrata Chatterjee is a busy man as he shuffles between Mumbai and Kolkata with his work commitments in the Hindi and Bengali industry. He will soon be seen as Imran in Aritra Sen’s upcoming film, Ghore Pherar Gaan. For the first time, Parambrata pairs up with Ishaa Saha. Besides, the film also features Reshmi Sen, Gourab Chatterjee, and others.
The music of the film was launched at a city resto-pub recently. While talking to OTTplay, Parambrata explained why he liked Aritra’s idea of Ghore Pherar Gaan. “Song-driven love stories used to be very common in the Hindi and Bengali film industries during the period we were growing up. Yash Chopra to early Mahesh Bhat and Sai Paranjpye and others used to present a kind of passionate, incorrect love stories to us. We don’t get to watch those anymore. All of these films used to be driven by music. When Aritra came up with this idea, films from those days came to my mind. Nobody makes these films anymore and hence I felt it was a great idea,” said the actor.
But do love stories work anymore? To answer this, he promptly replies, “Nobody knows what works. I feel it is better to go by your gut feeling with whatever resources you have and give your heart and effort to it.”
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Elaborating on his character Imran, Parambrata explained, “Imran is a musician. He has been living in the UK for seven-eight years. He comes from a business family in Murshidabad. However, he refuses to get into their family business and came to the UK to study music. He is currently pursuing PhD in the music of his country. He is known within the South Asian diaspora in the UK. He doesn’t go back to his homeland and that is when he meets Tora, who is slightly alienated in the city. Through the music of their roots, they connect.”