Director Goutam Ghose is back and how!
Goutam Ghose is back to Hindi cinema and has collaborated with his long-time friend Amit Agarwal for a Hindi film tentatively titled ONE DAY IN THE RAINS. “My relationship with Goutam Da is almost 15 years old now, I share a unique bonding with him and I really feel honoured to produce the film for him” says Amit. Though he was earlier planning a Bengali film with Ghose, Amit got very excited after hearing the narration of ONE DAY IN THE RAINS and he immediately decided to produce this film first as they both did not want to miss this monsoon, which is the soul of the film. Within a short notice of 30 days the shooting was scheduled at fabulous unexplored areas of Jharkhand which again was the discovery of Ghose himself.
The film is produced by Amit Agarwal and stars Adil Hussain, Tillotama Shome, Neeraj Kabi and Onkardas Manikpuri among others in pivotal roles. “This film will be a milestone and I am sure that it would be the finest work of Goutam Da till date” feels Amit.
“Amit is like my younger brother and my son. We were talking earlier about an Indo-Italian collaboration, but that film could not take off immediately due to technical reasons. Then I had a script based on a short story and I wanted to film it during rains. Amit said we could do it immediately and we planned the film in 20 days and finished shooting in exactly 20 days thanks to the efforts of Amit and his team and our team of technicians and brilliant actors,” says Ghose.
The innumerable National and International award-winning filmmaker Goutam Ghose, apart from a host of award-winning Bengali films, he also has Hindi films like PAAR, PATANG, GUDIYA and YATRA in his filmography. Amit Agarwal has backed films like M.S.DHONI: THE UNTOLD STORY, SIMRAN, ASTRA (Bengali), VARTAK NAGAR (Releasing end 2018) and AJOOBA THE WONDER BOY (Animation, Under Production, which he is directing as well).
Hence, the Director-Producer duo are putting all efforts and are leaving no stone unturned to present a world-class cinematic craft to film buffs across the globe.