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Parambrata Chattopadhyay turns IPS officer in his upcoming thriller Shibpur

The shooting of Arindam Bhattacharya’s political thriller is on.

  • Team OTTplay

Last Updated: 11.08 AM, Aug 03, 2022

Parambrata Chattopadhyay turns IPS officer in his upcoming thriller Shibpur
Parambrata Chatterjee in Shibpur

Actor-turned-director and producer Parambrata Chatterjee is riding high with his work. The prolific actor has started shooting for his next, a dark political thriller, Shibpur. Directed by Arindam Bhattacharya, the film also stars Swastika Mukherjee, Rajatava Dutta, Kharaj Mukherjee, Susmita Chatterjee, Sujan Neel Mukherjee, Rajdeep Sarkar and others in key roles. The shoot has started and Parambrata and Sujan have already shot for a few important sequences recently. 

Parambrata, who will be seen as an IPS officer, ent through an interesting look set for the film. In fact, the actor has been working closely with the Howrah Shibpur DCP Dyutiman Bhattacharya. He is also playing a key role as a top cop in the film. Dyutiman and Parambtrata have shot a few sequences already. Swastika Mukherjee will join the team soon.

Billed as a dark political thriller, Shibpur is slated to be released by November this year. Meanwhile, Parambrata is keeping himself busy with a number of good projects this year. He will be seen as the lead in Pawan Wadeyar’s Hindi film Notary. In Mumbai Diaries 2, he will play a key role with Konkana Sen Sharma. He has completed shooting his next directorial work, Boudi Canteen, with Subhashree Ganguly followed by other interesting projects. Meanwhile, he finished working with Sudhir Mishra in a part of an anthology of four films by Anubhav Sinha for a leading OTT project. The anthology also features Tapasee Pannu. The actor worked in Jehanabad, a political thriller that will be dropped on Sonyliv.

Parambrata has recently visited the UK with two of his films – his directorial work Abhijaan and Aritra Sen’s Ghore Pherar Gaan, in which he plays a musician. Both the films were screened at the London Indian Film Festival this year.