Ahalya - New Bengali Full Short Film
Ahalya  - New Kolkata Bengali Short Film Watch Online The movie is basically a revenge plot against the original story of ahalya ...
Ahalya  - New Kolkata Bengali Short Film Watch Online
The movie is basically a revenge plot against the original story of ahalya in Ramanya. The moral drawn can be :-
- To control your fascination and urge to try something out of the unknown.
- Women play an important part in this world's creations.
- Sex often lands you in trouble. (Unless it's with your partner)
In the Ramayana, Ahalya is referred to as Brahma’s most beautiful creation bestowed upon the righteous said Gauthama Sadhu. The epic story tells how the king of Gods, Indra, envious of Gautham, takes his form with his magical powers and seduces Ahalya. As Gauthama catches Indra and Ahalya in the act, he curses his wife to become invisible and stay hidden in a stone sculture. Ahalya is relieved from her punishment after many years, at the touch of Lord Rama.
Sujoy Ghosh re-tells this epic saga by adapting it to the modern times, retaining the characters and their flaws. In his thriller, Ahalya is played seductively by Radhika Apte while Tota Roy Chowdhury plays Inspector Indra Sen. Soumitra Chatterjee is Gautama Sandhu.
The film starts as Inspector Indra knocks on Mr Sandhu’s door to investigate about a missing model Arjun, who was last seen at Mr Sandhu’s home. The moment he lays his eyes on Radhika aka Ahalya, who opens the door, he is besotted. Even while asking Sandhu about the missing person, Indra can’t help take his eyes off Ahalya. Mr Sandhu, the ageing artist reveals that Ahalya is his wife and the one true inspiration in his life. A series of events unfolds as Indra commits the act of folly with Ahalya. What happens next? We won’t ruin that for you!
The 14-minute short film gave us the chills. We could not have imagined a re-telling of an age-old mythological story done in the thriller genre. Watch Sujoy Ghosh’s short film here and tell us in the comments section below what you thought of it!