Resul Pookutty’s Samanantar Is A Tribubte To Sushant Singh Rajput; Amitabh Bachchan Shares First Rushes
Directed by Niraj Mishra, Samntar is a tribute to the brilliant actor late Sushant Singh Rajput. Teaser dropped by Big B on social media
Oscar-winning sound designer Resul Pookutty will release Samanantar, an anthology of four stories set in Bihar. According to Pookutty, the project is dedicated to the late Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput. It is directed by Niraj Mishra, famous for directing Ronit Roystarrer’s legal television drama Adalat.
Resul revealed how he participated in the project. He said: “When I read Niraj’s script, I was shot down. I can’t let the opportunity to do an anthology. This is my tribute to Susanne. It breaks the stereotypes of Bihar and Bihari’s. ” After Sushant died, it was reported that Pookutty and the actor would collaborate on a film. Speaking of Sammanantar, Niraghi said: “This is an anthology of supernatural philosophy composed of four stories. Through these stories, we try to explore nature’s response to the karma we create.
According to verified sources after the death of Sushant Singh Rajput, it is said that Resul Pukuti will collaborate with him to make a film. Unfortunately, this cannot happen, but the sound designer decided to pay tribute to the late actor through his next adventure. Chehre’s recently released producer Anand Pandit shared the Samanatar trailer on his Twitter and wrote: “SAMANANTAR, this is a supernatural anthology made up of four difficult stories inspired by the world around us. Incidents, including the greed, deception, and confession of the world around us”.
Resul Pookutty revealed how he was involved in the project. He said: “When I read Niraj’s script, my jaw dropped. I can’t miss the opportunity to make an anthology. This is my tribute to Sushant. It is. It broke the stereotypes of Bihar and Biharis.” Oscar-winning sound designer Resul Pookutty shared his experience on the brink of collapse after not working in the Hindi film industry after winning the Oscar. Pookutty responded to filmmaker Shekhar Kapur and wrote a series of tweets, calling Bollywood’s lack of opportunity an “Oscar curse.” Pookutty’s reveal was announced a few days after music teacher AR Rahman made a statement that he was opposed by a gang in Bollywood.
Speaking of Samanantar, Nilaji said: “This is a supernatural philosophical collection composed of four fascinating stories. Through these stories, We try to explore nature’s response to the karma we create.”.