Without precedent for a Bengali film, parts of the LGBT group in West Bengal and Bangladesh have been thrown in lead parts.
'Achena Bondhutta', a docu-gimmick, being shot by adolescent columnist turned-chief Hrisikesh Mondal finished outside shooting as of late.
The youthful chief said that in a specific open air shot all the more then 100 parts of the group took part.
Teesta, the lead on-screen character who is a trans-sexual, said, "My part in 'Achena Bondhutto' is about the fight to addition acknowledgement and persuade individuals that the LGBT group has a lot of people a larger number of things to do than applauding."
Teesta, who experienced a sexual orientation change operation years once again to turn into a lady, says, "The film discusses how to treat everyone as human independent of the sex. Sometime in the past we were not viewed as protected on avenues. Our battle for acknowledgement was then derided; we must be mentally guided. Most importantly there was a shame appended to such movies. Anyway not in the same way now."
She said she drew impulse from Rituparno Ghosh and his film 'Chitrangada', noting that the well known executive had likewise been a piece of 'Arekti Premer Galpo', a film on homosexuality.
Executive Hrisikesh Mondal, a previous investigative TV columnist, said, "My experiences with such individuals amid my journalistic spell had made me turn the concentrate on them and cast them in motion picture parts."
Mondal demanded that 'Achena Bondhuttwo' was not a narrative, it is a gimmick or, best case scenario a docu-characteristic.
"My point is to make the group of onlookers thoroughly consider the issue - specifically personality of transgenders. This must be carried out when there is an account," he clarified.
The film's signature melody has been sung by heading Bengali rock artists like Rupam Islam of Fossils, Sidhu of Cactus and Surojit Chatterjee of Bhoomi - every one of whom have tossed their weight behind the undertaking.