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6 August, 2015 00:00 00 AM
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‘Shesher Ratri’ based on Tagore’s short story to be aired tonight

DL Reporter
‘Shesher Ratri’ based on Tagore’s short story to be aired tonight

On the occasion of 74th death anniversary of Rabindranath Tagore, a special tele-film titled ‘Shesher Ratri’, based on a well known short story by Rabindranath Tagore, will be aired on Maasranga Television tonight at 7:50 pm.
Anjan Aich has written the screenplay of the tele-film based on the Tagore’s short story, besides giving its direction. Popular small-screen actress Sarika has acted as the heroine in the tele-film, while actor Prithu was cast opposite her. Among others, Doli Johur, Rezwana Lopa and Mrinal Dutta have also shared the screen in the tele-film.
The plot of ‘Shesher Ratri’ revolves around the bedridden Jatin, who is ailing and slowly succumbing to an unknown illness.
Unable to bear the constant suffering, he is waiting for his last day in the world and even though he has a wife who should be by his side and taking care of him, it is his aunt who is always there. Not only is the wife never there at the side of her ailing husband, it seems she is not even least bit concerned that he might not make it as she is too wrapped up in her childish behaviours. Whenever Jatin inquires about his wife, the aunt concocts stories and excuses so as to not hurt Jatin’s feelings. But soon enough, even the aunt gets distraught after continuously giving him false hope about his wife. At one point, adding to his existing suffering, Jatin also realises that his aunt is not being truthful and making excuses for his wife. He keeps on suffering and it seems that his time in this world is running out.

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