Five reasons to see Sagardwipey Jawker Dhan

Sagardwipey Jawker Dhan of Sayantan Ghosal has created quite a stir among moviegoers. The treasure hunt drama stars Parambrata Chattopadhyay, Gaurav Chakrabarty , Koel Mallick to the head. Produced by Surinder Films, double your emotion not only for its overall cast, but also for the interesting story, the magic of VFX that we have seen in the trailer and, obviously, the presence of a mysterious mythical substance of red mercury in history . Before the film's release on December 6, here we take a look at the 5 main reasons to see Sagardwipey Jawker Dhan.

Visual extravagance

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It was a great experience working with the whole team. Filming the film itself was a great adventure. Sometimes it seemed that we were also on a treasure hunt. We filmed extensively on the Phi Phi, Krabi and several virgin islands near Maya Bay, Trang Cave, Ao Nang Island and Poda. In addition to the story and the performances, the special effects and background scores have significantly raised the scale of the film and will be worth waiting for.

A hidden message

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Parambrata Chattopadhyay feels the subject of the search and also the reason behind the search will certainly appeal to the audience. So, does the film promote any message with the search for a fossil fuel substitute? The actor explains: Of course, the film has no social propaganda. It is an entertaining and fast thriller. However, I feel that, as artists,


We need to convey certain important messages through our work. It is true that we randomly use fossil fuels throughout the world, without thinking of limited resources. In that context, if a substitute can be found, everyone will try to find it. The movie basically explores that search.

A clear director who knows what the public wants.


‘Sagardwipey Jawker Dhan’ is the first action adventure film for Koel Mallick and she enjoyed the shoot every bit. Speaking about her experience of working with Sayantan, she said, “What I liked about him is that he is extremely sorted as a person and knows exactly what he wants from his cast. Shooting was fun anyway, as I had never worked in an adventure film before. I remember how sick I felt when we were shooting in the middle of the sea. But with Parambrata and Gaurav around, I forgot that I was feeling uncomfortable. I was actually having a bout of sea sickness. ”

An interesting plot

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Bimal and Kumar meet the baffled owner of the gas pump Bakashyam Dhar, whose father Radheshyam Dhar was a popular scientist. Radheshyam had traveled many places as he was an adventurous person. Years ago he visited a remote island in Southeast Asia, where he found a rare stone, which had a layer of a mythical chemical compound called Red Mercury. Radheshyam's research states that this chemical could become an effective substitute for the exhausting fossil fuel. When Bimal and Kumar begin their search for this mythical chemist, they meet a doctor, Rubi Chatterjee, who is also looking for the same mythical compound to save the life of a child patient.

VFX extensive use

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The film promises a great visual show that promises to leave the Bengali public amazed. “All I want to say is that this will be the first time the public will receive those images in the Bengali cinema. It will be a visual pleasure and a great show. The film was made with children in mind and we designed everything accordingly, Sayantan said. However, he insists that the VFX has been used to not create any tricks. It was necessary for


the history. “The type of visual effects that have been used in the film is not seen in Bengali cinema. Not only the chroma key capture, we have also successfully performed some complex simulations and 3D-related work. We had to previously plan all the shooting, including camera angles and movements, ”explains the director.