Ritavhari Chakraborty is going to work in Bollywood again. The actress will act in director Ramkamal Mukherjee’s next movie ‘Broken Frame’. Opposite him is Rohit Basu Roy. Ritavhari first started her career in the Bengali industry in 2009 with the series ‘Ogo Badhu Sundari’. Then in 2012 he acted in the movie ‘Tabhoo Basant’. After that, he has acted in Bengali films like ‘Chatushkon’, ‘Bawal’, ‘Columbus in Calcutta’. Ritavhari Chakraborty, a well-known actress in the Bengali industry, has also made a name for herself in Bollywood. Her first work in Bollywood was in a short film called Naked (2016). Then in 2016, she played the role of Piyali in the movie ‘Pari’ under Anushka Sharma’s production company Clean Slate Films.
This is director Ramkamal’s fourth movie. Her first directed film ‘Cake Walk’ was a huge success. So naturally the audience has high expectations of him.
With this, Ramkamal is shooting four of his films in Kolkata. Asked why he came to Kolkata to shoot, the director said, “Honestly, we don’t have a specific plan. Just because of the screenplay, we come to Kolkata again and again for shooting. This is Ramkamal’s first work with actress Ritavhari. So the director said about the actress, ‘Ritabhari is very talented as an actress. I have seen his work in multiple films. So I think he can do it.
Police have arrested two drug dealers Monowara Begum and Dulali Begum on charges of carrying phencidyl in Birampur, Dinajpur.
They were arrested from Habibpur Harekristpur Bazar area of the upazila late on Saturday (May 1).
Officer-in-charge (OC) of Birampur Police Station Moniruzzaman confirmed the matter to Monir Kaler Kantha.
Detainees Monowara Begum is the wife of Ariful Islam of East Jagannathpur area and Dulali Begum is the wife of Abdul Quader of the area.
Police said that on Saturday night, two women were coming towards Birampur city in a battery-powered autorickshaw with special techniques tied to their bodies from Birampur border area. At that time, a police patrol stopped them, stopped the autorickshaw and interrogated them. Later, when their words were suspected, the police searched their bodies and recovered 12 bottles of Phensidyl.
Birampur Police Station OC Moniruzzaman Monir told Kaler Kanth, “The two women had been running the drug business for a long time by evading the police. A case has been filed against them under the Narcotics Control Act.