Kolkatta: The city’s most beloved film, ‘Kulkulath’ is being released in theaters for the first time on July 9.
Director Ashok Parekh’s film stars Kulkulatham, a young man who meets his future wife, Prasanna, while she’s in a coma.
The couple falls in love and start living a life together, but soon the young man begins to fall in love with another woman.
The plot follows Prasana, who has the ability to turn herself into a dog and become a vampire.
As the story progresses, Prasaans story becomes increasingly darker.
This is the first film of Parek’s career and he says it’s not his first time making a film.
“I was just a kid when I made ‘Dil Dil Hai Mushkil’, which was made in 2002, but I am not sure how many other films have come after,” Parech said.
“Now, it is my first time directing a movie and I am proud to be a part of it.”
Parekh said he and his team are thrilled with the response of the film.
“I feel so lucky to have the support of the community and the film is very positive,” he said.
Parech’s film has a budget of around $300,000 and has been released theatrically in over 80 theatres in the city.
The film stars Bollywood star Rishi Kapoor and Indian actress Gautam Raghuvanshwar, who are joined by actor Ajay Chopra and actor Ankit Bhanu.
The story is based on the novel ‘The Great Man’s Dream’ by Shailaja Mukherjee.
The director said he’s hoping to use the film to encourage more young people to be creative and creative people to come out of their homes.
“The film is going to get the most attention from the audience, so it is important for the audience to understand that this is not just a film for them.
This film is for everyone,” Patekh said.