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In Bengali films, these days, exploring sibling bond are hard to find except the likes of Raja ‘Sultan: The Saviour’, Srijit Mukherji’s ‘Ek Je Chhilo Raja’, Kaushik Ganguly’s ‘Jyeshthoputro’, Suman Ghosh’s ‘Basu Paribar’, Mainak Bhaumik’s ‘Generation Ami’, Arindam Sil’s ‘Durga Sohay’, Sudeshna Roy and Abhijit Guha’s ‘Samsara’, Indrasis Acharya’s ‘Pupa’. Most of the recent Bengali films have surprisingly stayed away from showing any significance to the brother-sister bond as main plot. While the excitement about celebrating this bond during festivals like Bhai Phonta and Raksha Bandhan still remains the same, Bengali cinema has opted to go the other way.Many would like to believe that our society has to some extent changed to prioritize such sacrifice. It has become a rare virtue these days.“It’s an individual world where everybody has concerns but can’t cross the barrier and can’t think of sacrificing one’s own world of existence — be it large or small. This is due to globalisation and more individualism will increase urban alienation. Your own world will have its priority not the relationship. It will exist but in a different form. That’s why in Pupa, Mou also decides to leave while situation starts affecting her personal life,” believes Indrasis Acharya who has explored the brother-sister bond in his film ‘Pupa’.Rituparna Sengupta, who has played a sister in a troubled marriage in Nandita Roy and Shiboprosad Mukherjee’s ‘Belaseshe’ as well as ‘Basu Paribar’, saya she hasn’t till date got an offer to play a strong role of a sibling. “I think there are multiple reasons for the success of Meghe Dhaka Tara’s iconic brother-sister duo. The characters were created by Ritwik Ghatak and the matrix was driven by materials created by a master. He was a genius. Unfortunately, today we are not offered such roles of sisters who have strength. Even if we get such roles, they are treated as mere characters in the subplots without being given the chance to bloom,” she said. That, according to Rituparna, wasn’t the case even when she did a brother-sister film with Ranjit Mullick called ‘Sansar Sangram’ directed Chiranjeet Chakraborty. “Directors like Swapan Saha and Sukhen Das too have explored the brother-sister bond. The brother-sister bond is still very important in today’s lives. Today, my daughter gave Bhai Phonta to my son in Singapore. The popularity of such festivals only indicates that more films on this subject should be made. Of course, my characters both in Belaseshe and Basu Paribar have layers that can be developed into strong stories revolving around siblings. These films are like preludes. Belashuru has taken my character’s narrative forward. I wish, someday such relationship tales become the central focus of movies. They have a huge audience connect,” Rituparna said. While the rise of self-centered protagonists can’t be ignored, it would be rather unfair to say that inspiring and complex tales of sibling relationships are hard to find. Sudiptaa Chakraborty, who has played sisters/cousins in at least three contemporary Bengali cinema, believes Tollywood is trapped in telling clichéd stories. “When it comes to films on extra-maritals, there is always an interest. It’s true that the rise of nuclear families has changed societal patterns. But that has also led to more complex equations. Don’t we have real-life tales of siblings where one is mentally challenged? Why can’t that become the main plot for a new age Bengali film? Newer plots are always available but everything depends on who is keen to search for them,” she said. Director Ranjan Ghosh, whose ‘Ahaa Re’ showed an interesting sister-in-law Basundhara (Rituparna Sengupta) and brother-in-law Bappa (Shubhro Sankha Das) relationship where the latter behaved more like a brother, adds: “Contemporary Bengali films have moved away from concepts dealing with ‘family’ and women-oriented stories in general. We usually see male-oriented stories wherein women play an important role — but the stories are rarely about them. Most of our films these days somehow feel disconnected with our real lives. The audience relatability has therefore lacking. Hindi films, on the contrary, are now telling stories that score high on this relatability factor, especially the women-oriented narratives. In the pursuit of exploring ‘newer themes’, we are missing out on these aspects. Given the current scenario of women in our country I think we have to come up with more and more women-oriented stories.” Let’s hope these brother-sister stories which are confined to subplots in films will soon end up being the main plot of films.
Director: Joydeep Mukherjee
Release Date: 14 August 2020
File Size: 982MB
Stars:Anirban Bhattacharya, Ishaa Saha, Ambarish