Two leading apps presently telecasting Bollywood film Blue Lies made by Director from Bengal, Ranadeep Sarker
Anando Sangbad Live :Ranadeep Sarker, Tollywood’s most young filmmaker who made his debut in direction through feature film in Bengali Not A Dirty Film and then Nupur made his entry into Bollywood through short film Daayra. His latest directed short film is an award winning one, Blue Lies also selected in many respected Film Festivals.Even his earlier work Nupur also got selected in many respected film festivals.
But today, we are going to cover the story on Blue Lies as the film is presently running on two most leading apps of India, MX Player and Ullu app.The film is produced by ‘La Pelicula Motion Pictures‘
Initially, the film got released at Ullu app on 7th August, 2020. But as it was mostly viewed and highly appreciated so MX player too bought the rights of the film.
When one of our correspondent asked Ranadeep about his reaction, he first thanked the Producer, Mr.Ayanjit Sen for giving him support and also keeping the faith on him and his making. Yashpal Sharma and Subrat Dutt acted their heart out in this 15 minutes short thriller film, said Ranadeep. Ranadeep said, “When I first heard the story, then and there I approved it and decided to make the film on it because of two reasons. Firstly, it was a compact thriller story with brilliant twist and turn and secondly many messages could be given to today’s modern society.” The story of this film was written by Neel Indra. He thanked each and everyone associated with the team. DOP Azhar Sheikh, Music by Pritam did wonderful job in their respective departments.
Inspite of the present film society scenario which had recently come across to a new word “Nepotism”, it’s great to see a fighter from Bengal like Ranadeep Sarker who is making proud by finding a place in Bollywood at this young age without having any godfather in this film industry.
Our correspondent when asked Mr.Sarker about his plans of making full length feature film in Bollywood.He blushed and said, “Let’s see.”