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Dec 01 - 05,  Kochi,  India

The Golden Mountain


Upama (Tanuja Mukherjee) is a woman in her early seventies, living alone in an old Kolkata house. Her relationship with her only son, Soumyo (Jishuu Sengupta), has become somewhat bitter in recent times. She had single-handedly raised him after her husband’s early demise. Presently, all she has left to live with are memories. A chance meeting with Raajdeep ( Parambrata) , a childhood friend of Soumyo, leads to the arrival of a new guest at Upama’s house; a seven-year-old boy named Bitlu. The orphan, apparently innocent, is a moving menace and runs riot in Upama’s household. But with time, he also starts filling up the emptiness. An unlikely bond develops between Bittu and Upama, and it takes her back to the times when she and her son were friends; comrades in arms. As Upama forges her new friendship, and sets out on a new journey, Soumyo also becomes aware how far he and his mother have moved away from each other.


Tanuja Mukerji, Jishuu Sengupta, Parambrata Chattopadhyay, Arunima Ghosh, Shrijato Banerjee

Director :Parambrata Chattopadhyay Language :Bengali Country :India
Producer :Greentouch Entertainment Pvt Ltd Editor :Sumit Chowdhury Screening Type:2D
Cinematographer :Subhankar Bhar Year :2018 Duration:131 Mins


Director Name

Parambrata Chattopadhyay

Director Biography

Parambrata Chattopadhyay is a reputed Indian film actor and director, seen mainly in Bengali films and occasionally in Hindi films. He obtained his bachelors degree in English literature from Jadavpur university, Kolkata, and later, earned a Master’s degree in Film and TV Production from University of Bristol, United Kingdom. He started his acting career with television in 2002, but soon moved onto playing lead/pivotal roles in popular as well as critically acclaimed films like The Bong Connection (2007), Kaalbela (2008) Kaaler Rakhaal (2009) 033 ( 2009) Baishey Srabon (2011) Hemlock Society (2012) Bhooter Bhoishyat (2012) Hawa Bodol (2013) Proloy (2013) Apur Panchali (2014) Chatushkone (2014) Hercules (2014) Baastushaap (2016) Cinemawallah (2016) Zulfiqar (2016) Jawker Dhan (2017) Samantaral (2017) among others. He received national acclaim with films like Kahaani (2012), Traffic (2016) and the recently released Pari (2018) . As a director “Shonar Pahar” is his fourth fiction feature, the earlier ones being Jiyo Kaka(2011), Hawa Bodol 2013) and Lorai (2015). Parambrata Chattopdhyay resides in Kolkata, India.

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