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Abohoman
File:Abohomaan (2010).jpg
Theatrical poster
Directed by Rituparno Ghosh
Written by Rituparno Ghosh
Starring Dipankar Dey
Jishu Sengupta
Mamata Shankar
Riya Sen
Ananya Chatterjee
Music by 21 Grams
Cinematography Avik Mukherjee
Editing by Arghya Kamal Mitra
Distributed by Big Pictures
Release date(s) 22 January 2010 (2010-01-22)
Running time 122 minutes
Country India
Language Bengali

Abohoman (English: The Eternal) is a 2010 award-winning Bengali-language film by Rituparno Ghosh, which explores the nuances of relationships through married film director who falls in love with actress, as young as his son.[1] The film stars Deepankar De, Mamata Shankar, Ananya Chatterjee, Jisshu Sengupta, Riya Sen and is produced by Big Pictures. Both Rituparno Ghosh and Ananya Chatterjee won National Film Awards in 2010 as Best Director and Best Actress respectively.[2]

Earlier, Rituparno Ghosh had planned to remake the 1960s classic by Guru Dutt, Kaagaz Ke Phool in Hindi as Kya Haseen Sitam, with Naseeruddin Shah, Shabana Azmi and Vidya Balan, later decided to make it in Bengali, as Abahoman.[3]

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Plot

Aniket (Deepankar De) is one of the finest filmmakers of Bengal, Deepti (Mamata Shankar), an actress, with whom he had fallen in love while casting in one of his films, had sacrificed her career for love and marriage. Apratim (Jisshu Sengupta) is their only son. They had been a perfect family. The plot thickens when Aniket auditions a young actress, Shikha (Ananya Chatterjee), who bears an uncanny resemblance to his wife when she was younger. Deepti enthusiastically begins to coach Shikha for her husband's film - so much so that Shikha becomes even more like the girl Deepti used to be and as a result the aging Aniket falls in love with Shikha, a woman as young as his son, despite the sadness and trouble it brings to his family.

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Awards

The film has won the following awards since its release:

National Film Awards (India)

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