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SHIRONAM

Immediately after joining a news channel as cameraman Abhin was assigned to cover Ronchordji, the most dreaded terrorist, accompanied by veteran reporter Sujit secretly. A bike-rider picked them up into the jungle from a specific spot. However the slated meeting was declared cancelled by two armed men on the way. They decided to stay back. Next day Abhin left the hotel to capture the landscape as it had a distinguished clarity, but didn’t return ; neither could he be contacted. Paranoid Sujit intimated his immediate senior. Concerned authorities conducted an emergency meeting and concluded the incident as abduction by the terrorist due to a previous threat on media. Actually authority was in a hurry to capture the moment for a sensational breaking news than to find out the truth. Next day their arc rival channel scooped out the news of his inglorious death in a road side red light area. Emotionally broken, mentally perplexed, socially ostracized Anandi, Abhin's wife, stood alone in this crossfire of truth, half truth and lie. Anandi seemed to be a classical media war victim, who finally started to fight her own battle.

  • INDRANIL GHOSH
    Director
    SHIRONAM
  • DIPANWITA GHOSH MUKHOPADHYAY
    Writer
    SHIRONAM
  • R P TECHVISION INDIA PVT LTD
    Producer
    SHIRONAM
  • Jisshu Sengupta
    Key Cast
    “ABHIN”
    SHIRONAM
  • Swastika Mukherjee
    Key Cast
    “ANANDI”
    SHIRONAM
  • Ankitaa Chakraborty
    Key Cast
    “ RESHMI”
    SHIRONAM
  • Project Title (Original Language):
    Shironam
  • Project Type:
    Feature
  • Runtime:
    1 hour 43 minutes 54 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    December 28, 2018
  • Production Budget:
    145,000 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    India
  • Country of Filming:
    India
  • Language:
    Bengali
  • Shooting Format:
    DIGITAL
  • Aspect Ratio:
    16.9
  • Film Color:
    Color
  • First-time Filmmaker:
    Yes
  • Student Project:
    No
  • LFRSpecial
Distribution Information
  • R P TECHVISION INDIA PVT LTD
    Country: India
    Rights: All Rights
Director Biography - INDRANIL GHOSH

Born on 17th of November, 1965 in Kolkata, Indranil Ghosh developed an inclination and passion for art since his childhood. He started a conventional career as marketing executive in a pharmaceutical company in Bangalore. However, ultimately found his true calling when he met with an opportunity to work in the art department of Shyam Benegal’s much acclaimed television project ‘Bharat Ek Khonj.’ Eventually he came back to Kolkata and launched himself as an individual production designer. Applause, acclaim and awards started to pour in. He won National award for best art direction for ‘Chokher Bali’ in 2005 and fo Noukadubi on 2012 along with many other awards before and after. He was honoured as Best Art Director on 2015 by Govt. Of West Bengal . He has remained Kolkata based and eventually worked in mostly regional (Bengali) films, his works are much appreciated by cine buffs nationally and internationally. As a debut director his achievements so far seems to be quite impressive. His film Shironam is officially selected in
1. London International Motion Pictures Award
2. Won best director and nominated for best actor in Kala Samrudhdhi international Film Festival, Mumbai.
3. Officially selected for competitive section in New Harvest Film Festival, Russia.
4. Officially selected in competitive section in Rolling Reels, Trichy and won the opportunity for complementary workshop in editing.
5. Officially selected and won monthly best director award in Druk international Film Festival, Bhutan.
6. Nominated for best director and won best actor in Madrid International Film Festival, Spain

He is a leading Production Designer in India with two national awards and many more accolades.

Postal Address- 9,Golf Club Road, Tollygunge, Kolkata
Pin-700033 , Contact number: 9433027669 ,
E-mail I.D- indranilghosh65@gmail.com

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Director Statement

The film is about the hypocrisy of the electronic media and how they are after fake news for TRP and how it affects us