Tintorettor Jishu (film)

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Tintorettor Jishu
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Poster of Tintorettor Jishu
Directed by Sandip Ray
Written by Satyajit Ray
Based on Tintorettor Jishu by Satyajit Ray
Produced byT Sarkar Productions
Starring Sabyasachi Chakrabarty
Parambrata Chatterjee
Bibhu Bhattacharya
CinematographyBarun Raha
Sasanka Palit
Edited bySubroto Ray
Music bySandip Ray
Release date
  • 12 December 2008 (2008-12-12)
Running time
100 minutes
CountryIndia
LanguageBengali
BudgetRs.1.25 crore
Box officeRs.1.25 crore

Tintorettor Jishu (Bengali : টিনটোরেটোর যীশু) ("Tintoretto's Jesus") is a 2008 Indian Bengali thriller film directed by Sandip Ray based on the story of the same name by Satyajit Ray. [1] [2] It is the third film of the New Feluda Franchise, as well as the sequel of Kailashey Kelenkari (2007).

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Plot

The Niyogi family have a famous painting by the Italian master Tintoretto. However, not everyone is aware of the value of the painting. One of the family members steals it, and international buyers are interested in it. Feluda chases the criminals all the way to Hong Kong. There was a surprise waiting for him there. Eventually, Feluda (with the help of a relative stranger) succeeds in solving the mystery.

Cast

• Sagar Bhoumik, a young Bengali painter from Dum Dum Cantonment, North Kolkata, painted the depiction of Tintoretto's Jesus used in the film. [3]

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References

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