Trailer of the movie “Dracula Sir”
Drascula Sir, featuring Anirban Bhattacharya and Mimi Chakraborty in the lead roles, was supposed to release in the month of May but due to the ongoing pandemic and lockdown its release get delayed. Finally the film is all set to release on this Durga Puja. It has been produced by Shree Venkatesh Films and directed by Debaloy Bhattacharya. Although Debaloy Bhattacharya is yet to make his mark as a feature film director but some of his recent works for OTT platform have been well accepted by the audience. Hopefully Dracula Sir which is his third film as a director will give him recognition as a film director as well.
Recently the trailer of the film has been released on different digital platforms. Although the film is associated with the concept of Dracula but from the trailer it is very much clear that it is not similar to those Dracula stories that we are used to see in Hollywood movies. This is much more than just a story of a blood sucking creature. In the trailer we can see the leading man played by Anirban Bhattacharya in two different characters Amal and Raktim who are from two different time zones. Amal was an activist associated with Bengal’s Liberation war during 1971, on the other hand Raktim is a school teacher in 2020 who is called Dracula Sir by his students as he has a pair of canine teeth. How Amal and Raktim are connected with each other that has not been divulged totally in the trailer but it may be a story of reincarnation. Also it gives a hint that Raktim’s present is getting very much affected because of the past of Amal. The trailer also shows Mimi Chakraborty as Manjari, Amal’s companion in his movement. With this film she will make a comeback to movies after a gap of more than a year. Both Anirban and Mimi are looking very promising in the trailer. It also shows glimpses of other talented actors Kanchan Mullick, Rudranil Ghosh and Bidipta Chakraborty.
Besides the concept and the promising actors, the trailer also grabs attention for the refreshing background score by Amit-Ishan and splendid cinematography by Indranath Marick. It will be quite interesting to see the amalgamation of the two very distinct concepts Dracula and Muktijuddho but for that we have to wait for its release. Till then enjoy the trailer here: