Khawto(The Wound) First Look & Trailer Launched

Khawto(The Wound) First Look & Trailer Launched

Khawto- First look

With his last film running successfully in the theaters across the country and compelling every dedicated cine-goer to head back to theatres, Shree Venkatesh Films presented Prosenjit Chatterjee in a never seen before bold character of a flamboyant writer in their upcoming next – Khawto.

SVF & Prosenjit together launched the First Look & Trailer of much awaited 'Khawto' , on

Sunday,26 th June across the digital platforms. Khawto is directed by Kamaleswar Mukherjee and is releasing on 22 nd July 16’.

On his third venture with Shree Venkatesh Films, director Kamaleswar Mukherjee pens down an erotic thriller for the big screen that traces unflinching desire of a writer and the consequences of his act. Prosenjit Chatterjee plays the ever elusive profligate author Nirbed Lahiri, while Paoli Dam and Raima Sen take his story ahead their matured character roles. Ushoshee ,Rahul , Tridha and Ronodip are seen in other important characters.

With its bold and poignant narrative, Khawto trailer had to undergo several changes to have a U/A certification and to be played across TV channels. Director Kamaleswar Mukherjee said, “Khawto redefines the way we see relationships in general, it goes beyond the humdrum of general life and gets deep into physical & psychological space which usually remains unexplored in a relationship. I had to portray that on-screen, otherwise my story- telling remains incomplete. But we had to make two versions of the trailer and few crucial scenes were edited separately for the U/A version. However the mentioned scenes were very aesthetically conceived and shot.”

Releasing this 22 nd July, Khawto is a unique story on relationships, which doesn't restrain itself because of any limitation. Prosenjit Chatterjee states,“Playing Nirbed Lahiri is like breaking away from everything and molding myself in a way I couldn't imagine. Going by director's vision, I believe I have done my best to bring alive a man who will be loved and hated at the same time, something which Bengali audience hasn't witnessed in a long time.”

Catch the trailer of Khawto at : http://