Tollywood stars meet and greet at Dilkhush premiere in Kolkata
Kolkata/IBNS: Several Bengali film personalities across various generations touched down at a south Kolkata mall to attend the premiere show of filmmaker Rahool Mukherjee's romantic Bengali film Dilkhush.
Dilkhush, an SVF production, revolves around romantic tales of four couples of various ages.
Apart from the lead actors Soham Majumdar, Majumdar, Madhumita Sarcar, Kharaj Mukherjee, Aparajita Adhya, Anasua Majumder, Aishwarya Sen, several top celebrities including actor-producer Dev, former state minister and present lawmaker Madan Mitra were present on the premiere night.
Soham Majumdar and Madhumita Sarcar | Image Credit: Avishek Mitra/IBNS
What did the stars say?
Soham Majumdar: I feel people are liking the film. We all have tried to make a quality film. I hope the audience will watch this film in full capacity.
Madhumita Sarcar: Honestly I am feeling very nervous yet excited. I am just waiting for the audience's reviews. This is the judgement day for us.
Puja Banerjee (L), Dev (C) and Rahool Mukherjee (R) | Image Credit: Avishek Mitra/IBNS
Rahool Mukherjee: Dilkhush is a film which expresses people's unspoken words. This is a romantic film blended with suspense and thriller.
Dev: I usually don't attend premieres but had to be present here because everyone including the producer, director associated with Dilkhush is very close to me. I have loved the trailer, songs of Dilkhush.
Madhurima Basak: I am very excited to watch a beautiful romantic film.
Anusha Viswanathan (L), Angana Roy (C) and Solanki Roy (R) | Image Credit: Avishek Mitra/IBNS
Angana Roy: Dilkhush is releasing on the occasion of World Cinema Day! I am very happy to watch the film and four different love stories.
Anusha Viswanathan: I am very excited about this film because romantic films are hardly made now.
(Images by Avishek Mitra/IBNS)
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