What do you think should be the reason behind choosing the name of the movie as “Nirbhoya”? Is it to relate to the Delhi mishap and generate public interest or is it a genuine effort to bring to the fore some similar wrongs of the society? Well, to know more about it, let’s see what this new Bengali movie “Nirbhoya” has to offer.
Milan Bhowmick who is already a few films old has been handed the director’s responsibility for this movie which is to be produced under the banners of Sambit Media And Productions with producer Sanjib Samaddar.
The story of Nirbhoya through its various subplots is set to highlight the circumstances under which girls are subjected to sexual assault. It also brings to the fore few issues that pass unnoticed as people are afraid of reporting them. The subplots of the story will be each girls’ narration of the harrowing experiences she has gone through under different circumstances.
While the movie boasts of a rich star cast with veteran actors like Soumitra Chatterjee, Sreelekha Mitra, Mrinal Mukherjee, Baadsha Maitra, Biplab Chatterjee, Rajesh Sharma and Asish Vidyarthi, few fresh faces like Jayshree, Raaj, Riya, Meghali And Amrapali will be seen adding that much needed glamour to this otherwise very serious looking movie. Shuvashish Mukherjee, Gouri Shankar Panda and Romen Roychowdhury will also be seen essaying significant roles.
The music and the background scores of the movie are expected to be quite impressive as icons like Shreya Ghoshal, Shaan and others have done the playback. Arunava Chakravarty, the music director is sure to bask in the glory of a big musical hit with this movie.
With cinematography by B. Satish and action sequences by action director Judo Ramu along with Milan Bhowmick’s direction the movie is expected to highly appeal to the audience.
With Nirbhoya, the filmmakers have not only tried to highlight some rampant wrongs of the society but have also tried to create general awareness and evoke the conscience of people so that the society together can put a strong foot forward in protest of the injustice and insecurity that we are forced to live with.