“D Major” a film by Samik Roy Choudhury has been selected for the prestigious FOG (Festival of Globe) International Film Festival,Silicon Valley,San Francisco. The other two Bengali films which will be show in this festival are “Hemanta” by Anjan Dutta, “Dark Chocolate” by Agnidev Chatterjee.
FOG Extravaganza 2016 is a mega event slated to run through 10 days (5th Aug to 14th Aug). Over 300,000 people are expected to participate in multiple events that are part of this gala. Film and music celebrities and thought leaders from across the globe are among the star attractions.
“D Major” is a Bengali film of 82 minutes duration. Written and directed by Samik Roy Choudhury , the film has been produced by Shivanggi Choudhury and Samik Roy Choudhury.
The story of the film is about Diya, a girl from the suburbs (Jhargram). She was sent to Kolkata by her parents to acquire a Bachelor degree on Bengali Language. But deep inside she had a desire to learn guitars. At the university she made new friends, Suchi, Manik and a few more. They came to know about her aspirations and help her to get a guitar teacher. The first teacher (Ron) who himself was an amateur actually misguided her towards addiction and drugs. After that she went to several teachers who either dragged her to immature politics or molested her sexually.
As failure came she went deeper into drugs. Her best friends (Suchi and Manik) tried for one last time to make her a student of an old Jazz guitarist. But the old guitarist died on the very first day she was about to attend his class. Drowned in addiction Diya takes wrong routes to buy her increased daily doses. Suchi or Manik couldn’t control her. Out of control Diya had to be hospitalized after an almost fatal overdose. She was taken back to her home where she suffers of withdrawal syndrome. Decision was taken by her parent that she had to get admitted to a rehab. What happens next? Will she be free from the effect of drugs?
DOP of the film is Prosenjit Koley and Samik. The editor is Sanglap Bhowmik(AJC, Babar naam Gandhiji, Egaro, 89, Crossing bridges[National Award winner], Cholai)
The music is by Samik – Kunaal and the songs have been sung by Timir Biswas, Koushik Chakraborty(Prithibi), Palbasha Siddique (Minnesota) and Anny Ahmed.
Moulika Shajwal, Poulomi Das, Kaustabh Bhowmik, Bidyut Roy Choudhury will be seen acting in pivotal roles in the film.
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