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Film ‘Prosenjit Weds Rituparna’ on Nov 25

01 October 2022
Film ‘Prosenjit Weds Rituparna’ on Nov 25


Prosenjit Chatterjee is
getting married to Rituparna Sengupta on November 25. They are reuniting in real life not in the real world, according to Anandabazar.
The announcement left everyone in shock.
The hit pair that once ruled the 90s’ Bengali cinema and Tollywood’s commercial universe came up with the biggest surprise last Valentine’s Day when they posted a funny wedding invitation as part of the film’s promotional campaign.  After the super-hit ‘Praktan’ and ‘Drishtikone’ reunion, Prosenjit and Rituparna are pairing up for Samrat Sharma’s ‘Prosenjit Weds Rituparna.’ Recent Indian media reports suggest that the film will hit West Bengal theatres on November 25.
The film also stars Rishav Basu and Ipshita Mukherjee in major roles. The full cast list has not been announced yet but recent media reports claim that the film will be packed with surprises.

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