Sujan Mukhopadhyay’s first director’s debut film ‘Ghete Gho’ couldn’t see the light of the day. Actor-turned-director Sujan Mukherjee was upset for days when his debut directorial, Ghete Gho, (2011) its trailer on YouTube but the film didn’t release which starring Jisshu Sengupta and Arpita Chatterjee. The talented actor is finally debuting as a director with his new venture ‘Chocolate’ a comedy with Parambrata Chatterjee, Rudranil Ghosh, Payal Sarkar and Kanchan Mullick, which will release this Durga Puja.
However, Mukherjee finally has a reason to smile after five years. “I was heartbroken when Ghete Gho didn’t release. The production team had a few problems and the film couldn’t release. But now, I am glad my new film is releasing,” said a visually relieved director, who thinks, he was destined to debut in 2016.
The actor says he doesn’t believe in luck but believes in destiny. Mukherjee says it was destined that his debut directorial would release in 2016 and not in 2011. He also says his career graph would have been different had Sudeshna Roy and Abhijit Guha’s film Teen Yaari Katha (2012) released at a proper time.