Do You Know who is Shanghamitra Chowdhury? If you don’t know, lend me your ears. She is a film director and her latest Bengali film is “The Bhoot of Rose Ville”. Only she knows why the word “Bhoot” in the title is only in Bengali. Probably she was in doubt whether the word “Ghost” would be quite clear enough for her audience to understand the genre of her film “Bhooter Cinema”.
The story line is totally confusing. The story revolves around a girl Rose (Arpita Mukherjee) who lives in a deserted house, near the beach. She has a boyfriend Samir (Satrajit). As Rose is a Christian her father opposes her marriage with a Hindu like Samir. So Rose starts loving Robin, a Christian. She also happily agrees to marry him. But suddenly Robin dies and after that Robin’s “Bhoot” heeps on love-making with Rose. It is not clear whether Rose enjoys this love-making or not. But being a loner Rose goes back to her first love Samir. Samir also accepts her without any hesitation.
In the meantime Rose finds her pregnant and the Bhoot” of Robin is the culprit she knows. She aborted that ghostly child. Then she returns again to her beach side ville and there she finds the house haunted by the ghost of her aborted child.
And at the end Samir finds one day lonely Rose in hot-pant sitting outside the gate of the ville as if she is guarding the house. Samir understands Rose also has become another ghost.
What a horrible “Bhoot-Story”.