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The Japanese Wife : A Love poem

A scene from The Japanese wife Saregama brings together the hit team of Mr & Mrs Iyer – Director Aparna Sen and Actor Rahul Bose in The Japanese Wife, which releases on April 09, 2010.

This time, too, Aparna Sen makes an unusual film with an unusual message: How far will you go for love?

Snehamoy, a schoolteacher in the Sunderbans, and Miyage, a young girl in Japan, meet through letters, fall in love over letters, and even get married through letters! They have been married for 15 years … but have never met.

In this very tender, lyrically-told, stunningly-photographed film, Snehamoy and Miyage go the distance for their love, from the happy to the funny to the sad, sometimes even the bizarre … Only a director with Aparna Sen's skill could have woven a Love Poem like this on screen.

Mr Apurv Nagpal, MD of Saregama, says, "We admire Aparna's work and ability to interpret love. This is not just a film but a lyrical love poem, very different to anything out there in today's age of instant gratification."

The film features a stellar cast: Miyage is played – for the first time in Indian films – by a Japanese actress, Chigusa Takaku. And the talent of Rahul Bose as Snehamoy, is stretched to its limit as he goes from a college student to an elderly man. And, of course, there is Raima Sen and Moushumi Chatterjee, who bursts back onto the screen after two decades.

(Source : Harsih Sharma, H.S.Communication Pvt.Ltd.)


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