'Kaler Putul', a thriller film has been released across the country last Friday. Produced by Impress Telefilm and directed by Aka Reza Galib, Bithi Rani Sarkar acted in a lead character opposite Ferdous. She enjoyed her sixth film with the audience on the first day. She shared the reaction of the audience with media.
"There were less people in the morning show but the evening show was houseful. I was in the back watching the film with the audience. I was really tensed about how the viewers will take the film. But all the tension went away when the audiences gave me warm hugs after the film finished.
Audience from every age loved the film. I had a continuous 15 minutes performance at the end of the film. When the sequence was playing at the theater, I barely could breathe thinking about the reaction of the audience. But I was glad that I could make the audience stick to their chair until the finish," said Bithi Rani Sarkar.
The film has been released at Basundhara Star Cineplex, Balaka, Shamyoli Cinema Hall in the capital and Liberty at Khulna, Chayabani at Mymensingh and Modern at Dinajpur.
The story of the film follows 11 apparent strangers who get invited to an estranged guest house. When they all gather, a caretaker receives them instead of the host, who leaves a message accusing each one of the guests of being a murderer. The message ends with an ominous note demanding death penalty for their crimes.
The film stars an ensemble cast with A-list actors like Ferdous Ahmed and Raisul Islam Asad. Inspired by Agatha Christie's 1939 mystery novel "And Then There Were None," the film features Ashish Khandakar, Bithi Rani Sarkar, Jannatun Noor Moon, Arif Orko, Shahed Ali, Lutfar Rahman George and Reetu Sattar in other central roles.
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