What Wife and Kids Said About Sabyasachi’s Decision to Retire
“My time is over, now I’m retired” – that’s what Kolkata Bengal actor Sabyasachi Chakraborty said while attending the Dhaka International Film Festival recently. Her fans were shocked by the sudden on-screen comment of “Feluda”. There was an uproar in Tolipara.
The question in the minds of many, suddenly why such a decision? But is there a repressed pride?
If Sabyasachi Chakraborty made it clear, ‘No shame, I’ve gotten old, I’ve been infected with covid, I’m sick, and this time should give way to newcomers.’
The Dhaka International Film Festival kicked off on Saturday, January 14. The opening film of this festival was “JK 1971” directed by Fakhrul Arefin Khan. Sabyasachi starred in this film.
Indian media outlet Hindustan Times has contacted actor Mithu Chakraborty’s wife about his retirement. But he declined to comment.
Sabyasachi Chakraborty’s son, Gaurav Chakraborty, told Indian media that he still doesn’t know why his father made such a decision.
Incidentally, Sabyasachi Chakraborty star ‘JK 1971’ tells the story of a brave 28-year-old. Who is a French citizen, named Jean Queue. On December 13, 1971, climbed into the cockpit of a Pakistan International Airways Boeing 720. A bomb in his bag and a gun in his hand. The aircraft remained parked on the runway for five hours. The aim is to deliver 20 tonnes of medicines and relief materials to refugees from the Bangladesh Liberation War. ‘JK 1971’ is about this French youth. Sabyasachi Chakraborty of “Feluda” fame played the role of a Pakistani pilot in this film.
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