Dracula Sir to get a release in Hindi for the nation-wide audience!
Anando Sangbad Live :Dracula Sir, the most watched movie of Durga Puja 2020 is coming back in Hindi with a pan-India release during Diwali! The film was already released in Bengali on the 21st of October and has received immense appreciation from the critics and audience all over the country since then. Thus, adding to the good news, Dracula Sir now will be a presented as a Diwali gift to all the Hindi-speaking movie watching audience of India.
An experimental genre-based drama, Dracula Sir is a unique story that deals with the popular westernized concept of Dracula with an indigenous flavor. With Anirban Bhattacharya and Mimi Chakraborty as the lead characters, the film tells a tale of a simpleton fighting with his own alter-ego in search of his true-self and long-lost love. The story revolves around a primary school teacher with a protruding pair of canine teeth who earns himself a nickname Dracula Sir. As destiny pushes him towards becoming the vampire he has always been referred to, he has a story to tell from 1971 that makes his journey a tale of finding love and seeking revenge. Director Debaloy Bhattacharya takes us on a journey of the Bengali Dracula without the castle, who is out to create his own myth. Alongside the power-packed performance of Anirban and Mimi, many exceptional talents of Bengali film industry including Bidipta Chakraborty, Kanchan Mullick, Rudranil Ghosh. Samiul Alam, Supriyo Dutta, Saayoni Ghosh has been seen playing prominent characters in the film along with a stellar subordinate cast.
Talking about the release of this new-aged film in Hindi, Mahendra Soni, Co-Founder & Director of SVF said, “Diwali just got better with Dracula Sir releasing in Hindi on 13th November. The film has already been so well received that I can feel the more audience can experience the film in a different language. The film has been in demand that we had to consider releasing it in another language all together! I hope Dracula Sir in Hindi will hint to an amazing start to the Diwali for the Hindi-speaking audience”