Snehamoy : ( Rahul Bose ) Born in 1967, in Kolkata, Rahul started professional life as one of the youngest Creative Directors in Indian advertising. After five years in advertising, he decided to pursue his skills in acting. In 1995, for his debut film, English August, Bose won the Best Lead Actor award, the Silver Grand Prix at the
Festival of Three Continents held in France along with the Special Jury Award at the Torino International Film Festival. Twelve years since, Rahul eagerly awaits his latest and most unique venture, The Japanese Wife.
Rahul Bose Silver Grand Prix - French Film Festival The Grand Prix - Hawaii Film Festival Special Jury Award - Torino Festival.
Miyage : ( Chigusa Takaku) The Japanese Wife is the international debut of this Japanese actress. Besides her obvious acting talents she’s also proficient in the art of oil painting. Despite being a newcomer, Chigusa passed through Aparna Sen’s stringent standards.
Chigusa Takaku The Japanese media hails her as the next Rinko Kikuchi, who is an Oscar nominated actress.
Sandhya:( Raima Sen )Filmography - Godmother, Daman, Dus, Parineeta,Chokher Bali.RaimaSen If legacy counts for anything, Raima is up there with the best. She is the daughter of actress Moon Moon Sen and the granddaughter of the renowned actress, Suchitra Sen. She made her debut in the film, Godmother, whichwas a critically acclaimed success. Her inherent talent shone through in Rituparno Ghosh's film Chokher Bali. She also had a critically acclaimed hit in 2005 with Parineeta, which was followed by two more hits - the action thriller, Dus and the Bengali film, Antar Mahal. Her role in The Japanese Wife is the kind she’s never done before, but her remarkable performance in the film only does justice to her lineage.
Mashi : ( Mousumi Chatterjee ) This veteran is the daughter-in-law of the late great Hemant Kumar. She marked her acting debut with the Bengali movie Balika Badhu in 1967. Her Hindi film debut wasn’t far away, for in 1972 she carved her niche with her hit debut Anuraag. In the 70's and early 80's, she shared the spotlight with the iconic Amitabh Bachchan, Jitendra, Dharmendra and Vinod Khanna. Soon after, in the late 80's and 90's, Moushumi Chatterjee eschewed glamourous parts for good scripts. Beyond cinema, she shone on the silver screen as the lead character in the television series, Albeli. Moushumi Chatterjee The Japanese Wife is slated to beher comeback film.
Fatik Rundranil Ghosh
Camera - Anay Goswamy
Editor - Rabiranjan Maitra
Art - Gautam Basu
Story - Kunal Bose
Screenplay - Aparna Sen
Workshop - Sohag Sen
Costume - Jayashree Dasgupta
Music - Sagar Desai[Tentative]