NAMCHI, DECEMBER 15: After Gangtok, Namchi has been sought by the film makers as their new destination. Bollywood and Tollywood actor Raima Sen and Roopa Ganguly have chosen Seven Hills Resort in Namchi for their new Bengali movie project. After spending five days at Seven Hills Resort and shooting at the nearby places, the director of the film Aditi Roy shot the climax scene of the film in the night of 14th December at the Resort. The occasion also had the presence of area MLA Binod Rai, DFO South Uday Gurung and Managing Director of the Resort HB Rai as guests.
Raima Sen, Roopa Ganguly and Ankur Khanna are in the lead. For director Aditi it’s a debut film. Titled “Abosheshey” meaning in waiting, the film is about relationship of a mother and her son. The script is written by Neel B Mitra. Raima Sen talking about her role in the film, appreciated the natural beauty of the state and hospitality of the people in particular. Aditi Roy spoke about the film journey from Kolkata to Namchi. She talked about Sikkim as a destination for film makers. Neel B Mitra, the creative producer of the film, conveyed her desire to promote Sikkim as a destination for film shooting. She emphasized on infrastructural development.
Two songs including Rabindra Sangeet Dooray Kothai were shot in the beautiful locations of Namchi. It was informed that Namchi is the biggest twist in the film. The film is expected to be released in the month of August-September 2011. The team left for Siliguri on 15th December.
(Courtesy: Sikkim Mail)