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Prakton – A Review

Prakton – A Review

  • Directed By:
    • Nandita Roy
    • Shiboprosad Mukherjee
  • Produced By:
    • Windows Production House
    • Atanu Roy Chowdhury
  • Written By: Nandita Roy
  • Cast:
    • Prasenjit Chatterjee
    • Rituparna Sengupta
    • Soumitra Chatterjee
    • Aparajita Adhya
    • Sabitri Chatterjee
    • Biswanath Basu
    • Manali Dey
    • Anupam Roy
    • Upal Sengupta
    • Surojit Chatterjee
    • Sudipa Chatterjee
    • Saswata Chattopadhyay
    • Aveepsa Basak
  • Music By: Anupam Roy
  • Release Date: 27 May 2016
  • Language: Bengali
  • Budget: ₹2 crore
  • Box Office: ₹8.5 crore


In the race to establish the equality between men and women, people often forget what they should forget the most – their EGO. In this egoistic battle of the sexes of the humankind, the award-winning and the much-loved duo of Nandita Roy and Shiboprosad Mukherjee has aptly brought out the difficulties that a present-day couple goes through especially after marriage.

The story revolves around two lovers, Sudipa (Rituparna Sengupta) and Ujaan Mukherjee (Prasenjit Chatterjee), who meet during a heritage tour of Kolkata conducted by Ujaan. As the two fall in love and get married, their love for each other slowly begins to fade as none of them are willing to compromise because of their egoistic nature and this finally leads to a separation between the two. Years later, when the divorced couple meets accidentally while traveling by train and discovers that they both have carried on with their lives and formed a new world, what do they do? Do they cling on to the old love that resurfaces? Or do they learn from the mistakes of their past so that they can channelize their present to a happy future? You have to watch the movie and listen to the melancholic tune to find out the truth.

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