Meeting Sanwoy Bose, a film and his Dreams!

I ended chatting with yet another talented actor/director/script writer of shortfilms. He recently wrote the script and acted in a short film called Harlequin. So here is yet another interview to prove that short film makers have much more to give than you expected.

Me: How did you come up with Harlequin?

Sanwoy: Actually, I always dreamt of making shortfilms. I also had a talk about it with Supratim Da, but I wanted to connect to a greater audience, and wanted to make something that each and  everyone would understand. That is how Harlequin began. I didn’t want people to call my films sophisticated and not very understandable.


Me: What are you studying at the moment?

Sanwoy: Engineering.

Me: Do you dream of pursuing acting or filmmaking as a career?

Sanwoy: Of course I do. I will make commercial  films, I’m sure about that.

Me: Then why are you into Engineering anyways?

Sanwoy: You can actually call it a backup. Like you know, film industry is really uncertain, this moment you are a king and you are a penniless pauper in the other moment! (Laughs)

Me: Your, production house is named Joker’s Entertainment, why exactly, because you don’t make comedy films, right?

Sanwoy: The name is simply because of Batman fandom! And joker somehow symbolizes dark humour, so…


Me: Is this your first film?

Sanwoy: yes.

And after this answer I was sure that we can expect something greater from this guy. If his first can be this good, his nexts will doubtlessly be better.

Click here to watch Harlequin.


One Comment Add yours

  1. Arafat ullah says:

    To respect the legacy of Heath Ledger, we named our production house as Joker’s Entertainment.

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