Prosenjit Chatterjee starrer Atanu Ghosh's Sesh Pata to release on Apr 14
The film will hit the big screens on Apr 14 on the occasion of Bengali New Year.
Apart from Prosenjit Chatterjee, the film stars Gargee Roychowdhury, Vikram Chatterjee and Rayati Bhattacharya in the lead.
The makers have also unveiled the film's poster featuring Prosenjit Chatterjee, Gargee Roychowdhury and Vikram Chatterjee.
Plot of the story
Produced by Friends Communication, Sesh Pata or The Last Page revolves around formally well-known writer Balmiki (Prosenjit Chatterjee), 58, now lives in obscurity stripped of dignity and respect. A year ago, a publishing house gave him an advance of forty thousand rupees to write about his wife, who was murdered thirty years ago. Despite repeated requests, Balmiki has not provided a single page of the manuscript.
পয়লা বৈশাখ ১৪৩০, চোখ রাখুন #শেষপাতা 'য় !✨#SheshPata will release on 14th April 2023, at your nearest theatres.— Prosenjit Chatterjee (@prosenjitbumba) February 9, 2023
🖊️ It’s a tale about the unique journey of Balmiki, Medha, and Sounak as they pursue conflicting objectives. pic.twitter.com/EaD8YNw4hz
To recover the writing, the publishing house engages Sounak (Vikram Chatterjee), a young debt recovery agent. Balmiki tells Sounak he cannot write on his own due to ill health. Now, Sounak engages Medha (Gargee Roy Chowdhury), a middle-aged woman, to write down what Balmiki dictates.
Assisting Balmiki with his writing is not an easy task. Moody, evasive and impulsive, he quickly drives Medha into chaos. A unique journey awaits Balmiki, Medha, and Sounak as they pursue opposing and conflicting objectives. Interestingly, the last page of Balmiki's writing holds a lot of surprises.
Prosenjit, Atanu speak on the film
Speaking of his character, Prosenjit Chatterjee said, "It was indeed an exhilarating challenge to steer such a nuanced character with multiple layers of hues and shades through believable expressions of complexity, emotion and sensitivity."
"In Sesh Pata, the script is so deeply intricate and intensely unpredictable that you get the scope for giving your best," the veteran actor added.
"The film explores the mental and emotional costs of debt and how it affects both the giver and the receiver," Ghosh said and added, "Besides, I was interested in exploring the mental and emotional state of a distressed writer who can only regain his lost dignity and honour by repaying an unusual debt."