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Aryeman Ramsay goes global with Tagore classic

A flop debut movie like 'Family Ties of Blood' and a few small time offers notwithstanding, Aryeman Ramsay seems to be determined to make it big if not in Bollywood, then Hollywood.

2008-01-18T18:47:00Z
A flop debut movie like ‘Family Ties of Blood’ and a few small time offers notwithstanding, Aryeman Ramsay seems to be determined to make it big – if not in Bollywood, then Hollywood. And if you don’t believe us, just listen
to this. Aryeman Ramsay has just been signed by international film maker Amitabh Neil Ray to star in his bilingual film ‘Charu’ to be made in English and Hindi.

And surprise of all surprises, the actor claims that ‘Charu’ is influenced (or should we say, based?) on Oscar winning director Satyajit Ray's much-acclaimed film ‘Charulata’ which was inspired by Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore's story "Nostonir" ‘Charulata’ was not only a masterpiece by the great master Ray, but also a landmark film with his favorite actors Soumitra Chatterjee and Madhabi Chakraborty! Will Aryeman be able to do justice to such a classic?

Exploring the depth of woman's heart within an artistic and intellectual ambience further - "New York: Unspoken" is a sublime tale of three fine individuals, Charu, Anupam and Amol, and an unspoken love relationships. It is a story of sensitivity, goodness, caring bonds and also betrayal from someone very near to the heart. In brief, it is an artistic as well as poetic film on contemporary surroundings.

The film will be shot in New York and Canada and some portions in India. (SAMPURN)

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