After a long break, Ashok Bishwanathan has returned to directing films with his new film 'Hemanter Aparanhe'. The shooting for the film has already started and a part of the shooting recently took place at Yogesh Mime Academy. The plot of the film is based on a theatre troupe operating on the outskirts. The story focuses on a relationship between a young girl and an old man. The central role is being played by Ashok Bishwanathan's daughter and model & actress Anusha Bishwanathan. Other key roles are being played by Rwitobroto Mukherjee, Meghla Dasgupta, Bidipta Chakraborty, Sohini Dasgupta and Soumyashree.
Director Ashok Bishwanathan briefed the media about the film and said, “The film will show the relationship between a retired man and a minor. But I am not defining it now as a relationship of love, affection, respect or affection. The background of the shoot is based on the post-covid scenario, relationships in drama and film and the instability that exists among people today”. The remaining portion of the shoot will be over soon and will take place in different parts of Kolkata.