|Directed by||Sudeep Ranjan Sarkar|
|Produced by||Rita Jhawar|
|Screenplay by||Sudeep Ranjan Sarkar|
|Story by||Sudeep Ranjan Sarkar|
|Starring||Mandeep Ghai, Suhas Suryawanshi, Sanjay Bhatia, Atul Mahajan, Sushil Bhoshle, Sudeep Ranjan Sarkar|
|Music by||Sanjib Sarkar|
|Edited by||Provash Seal|
|Distributed by||Nez Moving Pixels|
|Budget||₹ 30 lakhs|
Paradiso is a movie that is at once comic, and also intensely profound and tragic. Though set in 1960's, in a city, somewhere resembling Kolkata, in India, yet, the story is relevant, now all the more. In fact, the theme of the movie is timeless. The loneliness of a man who mirrors the perception of his family, because of his self-imposed silence is at once hilarious as well dark. In a way it mirrors the emptiness of our soul. The man lives in the world, one 'Real', one 'Imagined' till the point where both collide and become one. To see the movie is at once humbling and profound.
Music & Audio
The Film's Music, was done by Sanjib Sarkar, Lyrics by Dushyant & Sudeep Ranjan Sarkar Sung by Kavita Krishnamurthy, Sadhana Sargam, Sukanya & Tirtha, Song Recorded & Mix From Octave Studio Kolkata, Under the banner of Nez Moving Pixels
- 1. Miami independent Film Festival 2017, Miami
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