Shororipu 2: Jotugriho song Jodi Tumi Dako unveiled a day before the movie's theatrical release
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Shororipu 2: Jotugriho song Jodi Tumi Dako unveiled a day before the movie's theatrical release

The film is due to release in the theatres on October 10.

Hia Datta
Oct 09, 2021
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A still from the video song.

Man is not born a criminal but is made into one. Director Ayan Chakraborti explores this concept and the criminal mind that is born of six vices, in his second installment in the Shororipu franchise, Shororipu 2: Jotugriho. The makers dropped the song Jodi Tumi Dako on YouTube ahead of the film’s release.

Jodi Tumi Dako is sung by Aditi Paul. Rupam Islam has composed the music and written the lyrics too. Darshana Banik croons the song in a recording studio. The visuals to-and-fro between shots of the recording studio and Arunima Ghosh’s Megha. Saswata Chatterjee, who plays Debraj, a musician and a man full of vices in this crime thriller, peeks into the studio.

See the song here:

Saswata Chatterjee, Arunima Ghosh, Chiranjeet Chakraborty and Darshana Banik are the lead cast of this film. Debranjan Nag, Biswanath Chakraborty and Poulami Das will also be seen in the film.

Megha (Arunima Ghosh) is a happy bride-to-be, waiting to tie the knot with her boyfriend. But a shocking twist of fate and circumstances compel her to marry Debraj, the friend of her father instead. Soon, she finds out that Debraj is not a good man. As a married woman, Megha suffers at Debraj’s hands and is subjected to torture and abuse. She feels caged and has an affair. 8 years later, Debraj is found dead under mysterious circumstances. Chiranjeet Chakraborty enters the scene and the central theme of Shororipu, i.e. the six human vices being the trigger for committing crimes comes to the fore in this thrilling tale.

Ayan Chakraborti directed the 2016 crime thriller Shororipu, which was well-received by critics. Shororipu 2: Jotugriho is presented by Camellia Productions Pvt. Ltd.

Rupa Datta has produced the psychological crime thriller and Namrata Dutta and Niloy Datta are the associate producers. Arindam Sil is the creative producer. Sujay Datta Ray has edited the rushes.

Chiranjeet Chakraborty, who played detective Chandrakanta in Shororipu, reprises his role in Shororipu 2: Jotugriho. Ayan Chakraborti has written the script of the film which is looking at a theatrical release on October 10.

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