Abir Chatterjee and Nusrat to be paired in Bratya Basu’s new film “Dictionary”
Almost after a decade actor Bratya Basu is all set to sit on director’s chair once again with his new film Dictionary. It will be his fourth film as a director. Last time he had directed the movie Tara in 2010. His new film Dictionary will be produced by the production house Friends Communication who were associated with much acclaimed movies like Mayurakshi, Abby Sen, Natoker Mato, Saheb Bibi Golaam and many more. After Asur, once gain Abir Chatterjee and Nusrat Jahan will be seen together in the film. They will be joined by Bratya Basu’s wife Poulami Basu, Bangladeshi actor Mosharraf Karim and Arna Mukhopadhyay.
The film will be based on two short stories “Baba Howa” and “Swami Howa”, both written by renowned author Buddhadeb Guha. Bratya Basu has co-written the screenplay based on these two stories, along with Ujjwal Chattopadhyay. The film will have two parts as per the two stories. The first part will feature Mosharraf Karim and Poulami Basu as a married couple. In the second part Abir Chatterjee and Nusrat Jahan will be seen playing a married couple. Co-incidentally these two actors were seen as a married couple in their last film Asur also.
Shooting for the film is about to begin from the end of February. Nothing has been confirmed about its release plans as of now.