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Pratyusha Banerjee’s last short film to be released on her death anniversary might answer the questions about her suicide!

VipraDialogues | March 29, 2017 | 689  Views
Pratyusha Banerjee’s last short film to be released on her death anniversary might answer the questions about her suicide!

It will be a year since the girl who made her place in our households passed away. Last year, on 1st April, Television industry went into a deep state of shock while waking up to the news of Balika Vadhu aka Pratyusha Banarjee’s suicide. Kamya Punjabi, best friend of Pratyusha, is all set to release her short film on her death anniversary.

Pratyusha Banerjee's last short film to be released on her death anniversary might answer the questions about her suicide!

It is said to be the last project of Pratyusha Banerjee before she committed suicide.’ Hum Kuch Keh na sake’ is a short film and will be released online. The story somehow is said to be little relatable to her real life. The project revolves around the story of heartbreak and depression and how things get worst in such situations.

Pratyusha Banerjee's last short film to be released on her death anniversary might answer the questions about her suicide!

And no, here’s no stopping to the coincidences as Pratyusha’s onscreen co-star shares the name of her infamous boyfriend, Rahul. Kamya said that it was Pratyusha’s decision to name the character Rahul.

Pratyusha Banerjee's last short film to be released on her death anniversary might answer the questions about her suicide!

In one of the interviews, Kamya Punjabi said that “Though a work of fiction, it will seem quite similar to what Pratyusha must have gone through. She will be seen heartbroken, resorting to vices like drinking and smoking. As a narrator, I will interlink her reel and real lives, and question viewers on why people change in love and choose to remain silent sufferers. Pratyusha didn’t use glycerin while shooting the emotional scenes. I too was nursing heartbreak at that time.”

Pratyusha Banerjee's last short film to be released on her death anniversary might answer the questions about her suicide!

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