'Devi Chowdhurani' Shoot Concludes With A Bang, Team Celebrates At Wrap-Up Party In Kolkata

After months of anticipation, the shooting for the highly anticipated film "Devi Chowdhurani" has finally wrapped up. Directed by Subhrajit Mitra, known for bringing Bengal's literary gems to the big screen, this time he's set to dazzle with Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay's classic, "Bandit Queen of Bengal."

To mark the end of filming, the entire "Devi Chowdhurani" team, along with Tollywood's brightest stars, gathered at an upscale restaurant in Kolkata for the raucous wrap-up party. Among the attendees were Prosenjit Chatterjee, Srabanti Chatterjee, Bibriti Chatterjee, Darshana Banik, Saurav Das, Oindrila Sen, Durnibar Saha, and many more. Videos of Srabanti dancing at the party have already gone viral on the internet, adding to the excitement surrounding the film.

Devi Chowdhurani Shoot

Reflecting on her role as Devi Chowdhurani, Srabanti Chatterjee expressed her delight, sharing that it was a dream come true to portray a character she had long desired. Having started her acting journey with television serials based on Bengali novels in her childhood, Srabanti sees "Devi Chowdhurani" as the culmination of her growth as an actress.

Meanwhile, Prosenjit Chatterjee, who has essayed iconic characters throughout his career, expressed gratitude for the opportunity to play challenging roles like Netaji, Antony Firingee, Lalon, and now Devi Chowdhurani. He believes that such roles not only enrich him as an actor but also leave a lasting impact on the audience.

Director Subhrajit Mitra, who has poured his heart and soul into making "Devi Chowdhurani," described the film as his passion project.

With the highest budget ever allocated to a Bengali film, the producers, Aniruddha and Aparna Dasgupta, are hopeful that the film will resonate with audiences on a national level.

Starring Srabanti Chatterjee as the titular character, alongside Prosenjit Chatterjee as Bhavani Pathak, Sabyasachi Chakraborty as Harbola Roy, Arjun Chakraborty as Rangaraj, Bibriti Chatterjee as Nishir, and Kinkal Nanda as Brajeswar, "Devi Chowdhurani" promises to be a cinematic spectacle.

Filmed across various locations in Kolkata, Purulia, Jharkhand, and Bolpur, "Devi Chowdhurani" has been a labor of love for everyone involved. Srabanti Chatterjee's rigorous training for the role, spanning from equestrian skills to dialect coaching, reflects the dedication to authenticity and excellence that define the project.

As the release date draws near, anticipation for "Devi Chowdhurani" continues to build, fueled by the passion and commitment of its cast and crew. With its blend of historical drama, captivating performances, and grand scale, the film is poised to leave a lasting impression on Bengali cinema.

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