Memories in March

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Memories in March
Memories in March.jpg
Directed bySanjoy Nag
Produced byShrikant Mohta
Mahendra Soni
StarringDeepti Naval
Rituparno Ghosh
Raima Sen
Release date
  • 10 September 2010 (2010-09-10) (Pusan International Film Festival)
  • 1 April 2011 (2011-04-01) (India)
Running time
104 minutes
CountryIndia
LanguageEnglish
Hindi

Memories in March is a 2010 Indian drama film directed by Sanjoy Nag. The film stars Deepti Naval, Rituparno Ghosh and Raima Sen. The film is the effective exploration of a situation wherein a bereaved mother comes to terms with her late son's sexual identity. The film was released on 1 Apr 2011.[1][2]

Plot[edit]

Delhi-based Arati Mishra believed her worst day was when she was divorced from her U.S.-based husband, Suresh, until she got the news that her Kolkata-based son, Siddhartha, had been killed in a traffic accident. She travels to Kolkata; is received at the airport by her son's co-worker, Sahana Choudhury, and accompanies her to the crematorium. After the cremation, she is then taken to the guest-house where her son used to live, and told that Siddhartha had been at a party, had not only consumed considerable alcohol but had also insisted on driving, and met with a fatal accident. The next day, she accompanies Sahana to her son's place of employment where she meets some of the staff and signs some documents, but ends up distressed when she is not permitted to take her son's belongings. Quite upset, blaming the office workers' for letting her son drive under the influence, she does not realize that she will be in for more shocks and surprises when she will find that her son had a secret life. Later she accuses arnob of seducing her son into this but realizes her son's love for him.[3]

Cast[edit]

  • Deepti Naval as Arati Mishra
  • Rituparno Ghosh as Ornub Mitra
  • Raima Sen as Sahana Choudhury
  • Rajat Ganguly as Sahana's Father
  • Suchita Roy as Sahana's Mother
  • Anya Chowdhry as Woman At the Airport (billed as Ananya Chowdhury)
  • Kunal Padhy as Man At the Airport (billed as Kunal Padhi)
  • Pradip Roy as Ramratan
  • Buddhadev Chakraborty as Karim
  • Abeer Chakraborty as CEO, Ad Agency
  • Ekavali Khanna as Secretary to CEO
  • Niladri Chatterjee as New Trainee
  • Manjit Mukherjee as Vikash
  • Dhruv Mookerji as Siddhartha's Voice (billed as Dhruv Mukherjee)
  • Mainak Bhaumik as (voice role)

Awards[edit]

58th National Film Awards

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hazra, Saonli. "A Tribute to Rituparno Ghosh, the Filmmaker Who Humanised Same-Sex Relationships". The Wire. Retrieved 16 September 2020.
  2. ^ Chettiar, Blessy. "'Memories In March' could have been memorable". DNA India. DNA India. Retrieved 16 September 2020.
  3. ^ Chatterjee, Saibal. "A gutsy filmmaker whose craft transcended the confines of region". The Hindu. The Hindu. Retrieved 16 September 2020.
  4. ^ "ImagineIndia 2012 Awards". Archived from the original on 3 February 2016. Retrieved 21 October 2015.

External links[edit]

External video
video icon Full movie on YouTube