Synopsis: Farhaz Chowdhury, a top Muslim chef from Dhaka, first falls in love with her cooking and then with Basundhara — a Hindu Brahmin who runs a home catering service in Kolkata. ‘Ahaa Re’ is a celebration of food, and the love for it. It’s a celebration of the invested emotions and senses that turns cooking into an art form. Cooking is an art, a science, a craft and an emotional and humane act that can touch hearts through the stomach and out of it. Can it unite countries, religions and souls? This question is explored in the film where cooking is the subject matter, the protagonist and the focus, all three embraced under a common umbrella.
Screening Date: 31-Aug-19
Screening Time: 6.30pm
Venue: Golden Village (Suntec) 3 Temasek Boulevard #03-373 Suntec City Mall (East Wing, 038983)
Screen : 6
Note: All ticket bookings will have free seating arrangement.
Out of stock
Rituparna Sengupta, Arifin Shuvoo, Paran Bandopadhyay
'Ahaa Re' is Ranjan Ghosh's third film. His second film ‘Rongberonger Korhi’ had travelled to the Dubai, Dhaka and Bengaluru international film festivals. His debut movie ‘Hrid Majharey’, a tribute to William Shakespeare, was included in the Drama syllabus of the OCR Examination Board of the UK. In 2011, he had co-authored Aparna Sen's Bengali film ‘Iti Mrinalini’.
Best Director Award at the Bengaluru Bengali Kannada Film Festival, 2019, organized by the Satyajit Ray Film Society (Bengaluru) in association with the Karnataka Chalanachitra Academy and the Federation of Film Societies of India (SR).