Abohomaan (2010 - Bengali)
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Abohomaan synopsis (Story)
Aniket Majumdar an art film maker discovers a raw talent in Shikha, an unsophisticated actress from the world of theatre who has talent according to Aniket. He selects her after she undergoes a screen test though initially his wife thinks more of Shikha’s talent than him. She does act in his film and in due course of time he becomes involved with her. He moulds her into not only a fine actress, but also transforms her into a sophisticated human being from her past state. She starts calling up when the family have dinner every night and this starts affecting the family. In fact things ...
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Abohoman, true to its name, flows relentlessly over its movie time, over lifetime, from here to eternity. Moving from past to present, moving over lives intertwined, over star-crossed entities, the best thing about Abohoman is it’s fluidity that takes you through emotions, where you take a dip and can emerge stronger. Rituporno has proved time and again that he is a very sensitive film maker; he can identify the gamut of emotions, sometimes small passing reflections, perhaps comparable only to the range of emotions portrayed through Tagore’s songs. Every character is strong and ...» Read full review
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'Abohoman’ also got National Awards (2010) for Best Editing (Arghyakamal Mitra) and the Best Bengali film award.
Ananya faced a little difficulty while delivering a particular dialogue. When Shikha goes to audition for Binodini’s role, she had to say ‘Pathik tumi path haraiyachho’ in 2 different intonations — first as a question and then in the jatra style. She wasn’t getting the intonation right. So she asked Laboni (Sarkar) for help but she had to leave early for another shoot that day. Then Rituparno told her to ask Montuda (Sumanta Mukherjee, who plays Girish Ghosh) for help.
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Also spelt like: aabahaman, aabahoman, aabohomaan, aabohoman, abahamaan