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Bod Jaat

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Bod Jaat (The Outcast)
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Directed bySaurav Bhadra
Produced byRoopkala Kendro
Written bySaurav Bhadra
Screenplay bySaurav Bhadra
Story bySaurav Bhadra
Starring
  • Amit Saha
  • Chandrani Sarkar
  • Archishman Biswas
  • Keya Chakraborty
Music bySantajit Chatterjee
CinematographyHreek Mukherjee
Edited byImran Ibrahimi
Production
company
Roopkala Kendro
Release date
2019
CountryIndia
LanguageBengali

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Bod Jaat is a 2019 short film by Saurav Bhadra under the production of Roopkala Kendro. It had its premier in the National Competition section of the 25th Kolkata International Film Festival.[1] [2] [3]

Plot[edit]

The story revolves around a man who belongs to the minority section of a village who is utterly disturbed, petrified, and depressed for the situation of terror that has been prevailing around him and his family because of the violence between the majority section and the minority section of the society. His fear makes him question him and his own identity and predicts the future that puts him and his family into a terror situation of unanswered questions about their own existence.The story is about how he is drawn at the edge of his patience and angst where he faces his fate and how he poetically reverts back.

Cast[edit]

  • Amit Saha as Bodjaat
  • Chandrani Sarkar as Meena
  • Archishman Biswas as Pagol
  • Keya Chakraborty as Pregnant Woman

Achievements[edit]

  1. Best Film at NSU International Short Film Festival, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  2. Premier at the presigious 25th Kollata International Film Festival under the National Competition Section, kolkata.
  3. Awaiting screening at the 3rd South Asian Short Film Festival, Kolkata.
  4. Screened at International Short and Independent Film Festival, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Reception[edit]

The film was critically praised on many film festivals. It was premiered on many film festivals of Kolkata.

References[edit]

  1. Reviewed by the Asian Movie Pulse
  2. Press coverage in Bangladesh for NSU International Short Film Festival
  3. Press coverage of the film by times of India Bangla for the premier at 25th KolkataInternational Film Festival, kolkata India.
  4. Press Coverage by Indian Express bangla for 25th Kolkata International Film Festival. https://bengali.indianexpress.com/entertainment/short-film-bodjaat-screened-at-kiff-2019-159128/
  5. Press coverage by Prohor News on the film for its Selection at NSU International ShortFilm Festival,
  6. Press coverage by aajkaal on the film for its release in 25th Kolkata International FilmFestival,
  7. Press coverage by Ei muhurte on the film for its release at the 25th KolkataInternational Film Festival
  8. Press coverage by News Britant a local news daily from North Bengal on the DirectorSaurav Bhadra and his films Release at the 25th Kolkata International Film Festival


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BOD JAAT (2019) Bod jaat is a Diploma short film of Film maker SauravBhadra made in 2019 under the production of RoopkalaKendro. It had its premier in the National Competition section of the 25th Kolkata International Film Festival.

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Directed by Saurav Bhadra
Produced by Roopkala Kendra
Written by Saurav Bhadra
Screenplay by Saurav Bhadra
Starring Amit Saha

Archishman Biswas

Keya Chakraborty

Chandrani Sarkar

Biswarup Ghosh Dastidar

BarnaliBhuiyan

SorojiniAdhikari

Music by Sandip Roy Karmakar
Cinematography Hreek Mukherjee
Edited by Imran Ibrahimi
Country India
language Bengali

PLOT[edit]

A man who belongs from the minority section of a village is utterly disturbed, petrified, and depressed by the situation of terror that prevails around him and his family due to the violence between the majority and the minority section of the society. His fear makes him question his own identity and prognosticate the future that throws him and his family into a disturbing profusion of unanswered questions about their own existence. The story is about how he is drawn at the edge of his patience and angst where he faces his fate and how he poetically reciprocates.

CAST[edit]

  • Amit saha as Bodjaat
  • Chandranisarkar as wife
  • Archishman Biswas as mad person
  • Keyachakraborty as pregnant women

ACHIEVEMENTS[edit]

The film had its premier in Kolkata at the 25th Kolkata International Film Festival under the National Competition Section. Apart from that it also was screened at the International Short and Independent Film Festival Dhaka. It won the best film award at the NSU International Film Festival in Dhaka. The film has been presently selected at the Prestigious South Asian Short Film Festival and is awaiting screening due to closed theatres for the COVID-19 pandemic.


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