Director Raj Chakraborty is known to deliver one superhit movie after another. What strikes a chord with the audience is how massy and believable his movies are. All you need to do is watch them and forget all the troubles around you for the duration of the movie, and come out feeling overwhelmed. Love stories are Raj’s special area of expertise. He weaves his tales of love in the most believable manner possible, staying true to the roots. So if love stories are what you fancy (and it is after all the season of romance), then we suggest you watch these two beautiful romantic films by Raj with your partner this weekend. Keep the tissues handy, for these movies will move you enough to cry.
This beautiful love story has been a hit with both the audiences and the critic. Parineeta follows the story of Mehul, a tomboyish schoolgirl who has a huge crush on her neighbour Babaida. She takes tuitions from him and keeps thinking of him all the time. However, Babaida commits suicide.
Years go by ane Mehul joins a corporate job where she finds out that the girl Babaida had introduced to her as the love of his life is now the wife of Mehul’s boss. Does Mehul find out why Babaida had committed suicide? Watch this beautiful love story starring Subhashree Ganguly, Ritwick Chakraborty and Gaurav Chakrabarty below.
Shesh Theke Shuru
This Raj film also happens to be Jeet’s 50th. Jeet teams up with Koel Mallick after a while for this romantic Bengali movie which also has quite some action. This latest Bengali movie is an adaptation of the famous novel Fire & Water. In Shesh Theke Shuru, we see the story of Dhaka-based businessman Mahid Sheikh who meets Kolkata-based research scholar Pujarini on a flight to London. They fall in love. Things go smoothly till Mahid says he needs to go back to Bangladesh to settle a dispute between their family and another family. That’s when trouble starts brewing as dark secrets start coming out from his past. Will his relationship with Pujarini survive? Watch to find out. Shesh Theke Shuru also stars Ritabhari Chakraborty, Tridha Choudhury and Sayantika Banerjee.