‘sweets’ (Mithai) It’s been a few days. Fans have become disheartened by the end of this favorite series. But actors always try to please the fans. Before the end of this suite, actress Soumitrisha Kundu gave the good News of working on the big screen.soumitrish kundu, Now it’s someone else’s turn. But who is he thinking? He is currently 7 years old. But at the age of just 5, he sang in Ahmiya, Bengali, Hindi, English, Sanskrit.
Also in 2021, he has made a place in the India Book of Records. You will also be surprised to know that at this age this boy has received the ‘National Child Award’. This little one who has been singing since the age of 11 months has sung 70 songs till now. In this, he has been declared the youngest multilingual singer. Are you sure you know what your talking about? Yes, he is Dhritishman Chakravarti (Dhritishmanchakraborty,
However, nowadays everyone knows him more as Mithai and Sid’s son Shakya. On the one hand, he sings very well and also acts very well. You must have seen it on the screen of Mithai serial. And now after Soumitrisha, Dhrishthaman is also going to step on the big screen. Everyone’s favorite Shakya will be seen acting in Kaushik Gangopadhyay’s new film ‘Ashukh-Bishuk’.
Ankush Hazra (Ankush Hazra), Isha Saha (Isha Saha) are in the lead roles of this film. Also starring Parambrata Chatterjee, Sayani Gupta and many more in other roles. The screenplay of the film is written by Kaushik Ganguly’s son Ujan Ganguly.Ujan Ganguly, Kaushik Ganguly will be seen in an important role in this film. Anjan Dutt was initially to play the role. But due to non-matching of dates, he backed out a night before the start of the shoot.
And only then it was decided that Kaushik Ganguly would be seen in this role. Dhrishthaman will be seen as a member of the Ankush-Isha family in the film.Dhritishman Chakraborty, The audience will see him throughout the film. The shooting of the film has started from Monday. Now it’s time to wait that when the movie will release in the theatres. And everyone is seeing how heart touching the performance of little Dhrithisman can be on the big screen.