|Directed by||Anindya Chattopadhyay|
|Produced by||Nandita Roy ,Shiboprosad Mukherjee|
|Written by||Nandita Roy|
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Kantho" is an Indian film based on the life of a cancer survivor, who not only defeats death but also starts a new journey soon after. The film is said to be inspired by the life of Bibhuti Chakraborty, a renowned survivor of laryngeal cancer. The director is Anindya Chattopadhyay, and the producer is Atanu Roy Chowdhury for Windows Production House.
The film Kantho is based on cancer survivor Bibhuti Chakraborty, inspired story. Bibhuti Chakraborty, a renowned survivor of laryngeal cancer. Before his demise, Bibhuti started to offer speech therapy classes to laryngeal cancer patients giving them new hope. His initiative brought smiles to hundreds and taught how to speak after a critical laryngeal surgery. In 1999, he even appeared in a TV show to share his life’s journey and the show eventually became a hit with the viewers. He became an icon among the cancer survivors developing an alternate way of speaking. He used to speak through his food pipe rather than vocal chords.
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