GenreDrama Music directorIndraadip Das Gupta Story byAgnidev Chatterjee LanguageBengali
Release dateJune 7, 2013 (2013-06-07) (Kolkata) WriterAgnidev Chatterjee (story), Sudipa Mukhopadhyay (screenplay) CastRituparna Sengupta (Anuradha), Hrishitaa Bhatt (Sohini), Rohit Roy (Somnath), Subhasish Mukherjee (Sohinis brother), Biplab Chatterjee (Somnaths father) Similar moviesRituparna Sengupta appears in Mrs Sen and Charuulata 2011
Mrs. Sen is a 2013 Bengali film directed by Agnidev Chatterjee and produced by Pankaj Agarwal. It features actors Rituparna Sengupta and Rohit Roy in the lead roles. Indradeep Dasgupta composed the music for the film. The film released on June 6, 2013.
The film begins with the scenic beauty of the Himalayas, and in the backdrop Anuradha (Rituparna Sengupta) was reading out letters to her never-to-be-born child. Then, a sudden telephone ring breaks the silence of an early December morning. Anuradha received the call and is stupefied upon hearing the voice from the other side of the telephone, which stated that her husband, Somnath (Rohit Roy) had been the victim of a deadly accident in Thailand and was currently in coma stage. Anuradha realised that she has to catch the very next flight as soon as possible and get to her husband, who was admitted to a hospital.
Anuradha and Somnath were married for seven years, and were leading a happy life without any problems. Anuradha, who was desiring to be a mother, was told by her husband that due to some problems, he could not impregnate her. Somnath was able to settle disputes with Anuradha after a long try. Anuradha, who passed from a Bengali Medium school, had never been abroad. She had just received a passport to go to Dubai with her husband, the next January.
As Anuradha reaches Thailand, she comes across the fact that her husband has a wife and a child there. In fact, Somnath's other wife, Sohini (Hrishita Bhatt), was also in the car during the accident. But even before she can think and determine anything, she was given the task of looking after Somnath's 8-year-old boy and Sohini's brother (Subhasish Mukhopadhyay). Anuradha is perplexed as she couldn't decide whether to love or hate the innocent child. Later, when Sohini becomes conscious again, she too comes across the fact behind Anuradha's existence. She didn't want to believe the fact at once, but later, she faces the truth. On the other hand, Anuradha gets into a dilemma about whom to hate- her husband, for cheating her, or Sohini. Sohini is soon released from the hospital, though she was not totally recovered. A peculiar situation prevailed over the Sen family, where Sohini and Anuradha tried their best to make their place in the family. After a few days, the news of Somnath's death in the hospital reaches the two women. The events which occur next after the only connection between the two women was gone, form the climax of the story.
Rituparna Sengupta as Anuradha
Rohit Roy as Somnath
Hrishita Bhatt as Sohini
Priyangshu Chowdhury as Rishabh
Shankar Chakraborty as Anuradha's brother
Biplab Chatterjee as Somnath's father
Anusuya Majumdar as Somnath's mother
Subhasish Mukhopadhyay as Sohini's brother
Rupsa Guha as Indian Embassy Employee
Pulokita Ghosh as Indian Embassy Employee
Ushasie Chakraborty in a cameo appearance
Soundtrack of Mrs. Sen has been composed by Indradeep Dasgupta. Lyrics are penned by Indradeep Dasgupta and Srijato. The track-list includes three Rabindra Sangeets.