The Last Lear

Synopsis: Film-maker Siddharth Kumar is receiving guests at his premiere 'The Mask' which stars Harish Mishra, Shabnam, amongst others. He finds out that Shabnam is not attending and is not available. The reason why she cannot attend is that she has gone to visit the ailing main actor of this movie, Harish, who was injured while filming. She sits with his mistress, Vandana, and Nurse Ivy, and recount Harish's life; his meeting with Journalist, Gautam, and subsequently Siddharth himself; the installation of a camera to view people walking on the street as well as males who urinate on the walls. As they await to hear the initial reviews of the film both Shabnam and Ivy must also deal with personal issues involving their respective spouses.
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Rituparno Ghosh
Production: Shree International
 
IMDB:
7.1
Year:
2007
130 min
75 Views

The premier of your first film is

always special.

But not if Diwali is on the same day,

People are usually busy for

celebrations at home.

The diwali weekend is always for the

big box office releases.

Siddharth or Bhaiyya as I call him,

the director of the film.

Knows all this.

Bullshit!

It is,

okay then tell me.

I don't think you...

because you can't, you know that.

Even if I good, I wouldn't, And I

don't want you to follow me,

Shabnam, look at me, look at me,

who is this guy?

Do you need to know everything?

Okay don't tell me who is this.

Just tell me how long have you been

seen him?

I am not going to go for the premier

don't look for me their.

You make complete fool of your self,

already,

If you're so kin to go see the film,

go by yourself,

And if they ask you about me,

say you don't know or...

I went office on work something,

then don't go,

we'll go together, later?

Now tell me Shabbo,

this is the last time I'm asking you,

I won't ask again.

How long have you been seen this guy?

I'm not gonna see your man,

that's all I can tell you.

Okay, is he from the unit?

You promise, you won't ask again.

Can you pass me the perfume please.

Want Livanda?

Huh!

You think I like this,

you think I like this.

Stop it, stop it.

Is that a car?

He must be the doctor,

Switch on the lights of corridor,

it's very dark,

Okay leave it,

One minute,

Why is he taking so long,

just see.

Madam just come in for the moment.

See that is not Dr. Mahant's car,

He's got a white Honda City.

And you ofcourse know what color

what car he's got.

Please go! I have told you so many

times to get his bag in lvy.

It is you?

Hi! Ramesh,

How are you?

SMS,

All delivered,

no reply.

Complete Nonsense these stars.

Charge like crazy,

then Heroes don't turn off because

they are celebrating diwali at home.

Promoting the film is your

responsibility or not.

Hey Mr. DOP,

Hi! What's up,

How it's going,

good.

Do you have Shabnam's driver's mobile

number,

Is he resting?

Isn't that exactly what you wanted?

No what, come in.

It's allright.

I'll...

So what's all this drama?

Coming to see a patient so much

perfume on your self.

We don't care for your Nakhra's

go else where,

I was thinking of him from past few

days,

then thought,

How will he pick up the phone?

You may have nothing to do but we do.

Just go.

I borrow this book from him.

I suppose to give it back in a day,

Would you like some tea?

Yes!

Sure.

But there is no coffee in the house.

By the way...

Happy Diwali,

They are waiting for press briefing

for a long time.

Please go down once,

The sound still loud,

Sir! I'll manage this,

you please go down.

The boundry sign,

Ask Ramesh, Make xeroxes,

Okay this is fine.

I'm leaving the door open,

Thankyou.

By the way, I don't know your name,

Vandana.

I am Shabnam,

The helen of the film.

Can I please have my park inside?

Lvy!

Coming,

for you.

Hello!

One second,

Sorry!

Was with the patient.

Sir!

My friend Kiran,

She's with your Aai,

Hi! Happy Diwali,

Happy Diwali,

just take a number and fax it all.

Fax?

What?

Tactically speaking,

Production is really not responsible

for Harsh Jee's condition.

We are extremely sorry for what

happened, but you see,

we have a document,

If you want, we can have it fax to

you.

I'm sorry, I don't need to ask about

his accident.

Any question regarding the film will

be answered after the premier in the

press conference.

Open your auditorium,

I'm sorry, I was in hurry, I...

was waiting for the press conference,

Bhaiyya Harshad is getting engaged

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Rituparno Ghosh

Rituparno Ghosh (31 August 1963 – 30 May 2013) was an Indian film director, actor, writer and lyricist in the Bengali cinema. After pursuing a degree in economics he started his career as a creative artist at an advertising agency. In 1992, his debut film Hirer Angti released. In 1994, his next film Unishe April released which won National Film Award for Best Feature Film. Ghosh was a self-professed Satyajit Ray fan and inspired other filmmakers like Mithaq Kazimi who adapted Ghosh's film Raincoat in English. In his career spanning almost two decades, he won 12 National and many International awards. Ghosh died on 30 May 2013 in Kolkata after a heart attack.His unreleased Bengali movie Taak Jhaank was honoured and released at the 19th Kolkata International Film Festival. more…

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