Rafiath Rashid Mithila and Vikram Chatterjee are excited to be a piece of the Indo-Bangladesh lockdown short film 'Dure Thaka Kacher Manush' which plans to raise assets for the day by day wage laborers of both Dhaka and Tollywood industry.
Mithila, Vikram glad to help industry's every day wage laborers
"For me it's an enthusiastic story, Dipta and Bonnya base in two unique nations. Conversing with one another after quite a while. The sweet pith of affection very much depicted in the content. This is a totally different thought and an alternate encounter moreover. My companion Abhinav and I did the shoot, we oversaw camera, workmanship all offices yet yes we didn't step out, we kept up all lockdown rules. We as a whole took shots at home. Me at Kolkata Mithila at Dhaka. It was intense however as a group, we made this extreme employment conceivable. Amit da and group from 'TVwala Media', 'PREKKAGREEHO VISUAL FACTORY PRODUCTION' from Dhaka have all been exceptionally strong. In any case this work would not have been conceivable. Additionally we didn't take any compensation for this film. All earned cash to help the every day compensation laborer of Dhaka Film Industry and Kolkata Film Industry. Abhra (Chakraborty) has written the story. I know him since 'Elar Char Addhay'. I am glad to work with him once more. Expectation individuals will like it to accomplish our objective to help our specialists of the two Bengals, our kin," said Vikram
In the interim, Rafiath Rashid Mithila figures it would be an incredible activity to raise assets for cine-experts during this COVID-19 lockdown period.
"Numerous specialists in both our enterprises have lost employment because of the long lockdown in the two Bengals. This is only an unassuming commitment from our side to help them in this troublesome time. The experience was one of a kind as this is the first run through a considerable lot of us began locally situated shoot with portable camera. My sibling, Maimun, helped me with the camera activities. My chief Polock helped me a great deal with story sheets and the photos of the particular shots that he required. In general, we were content with the shoot. The lockdown time frame is very occupied for me as I am working all day from home. I additionally need to deal with my little girl. This shoot was somewhat hard to do because of the ordinary family unit tasks and work. However, it was likewise a decent break," included Mithila.