The film, "Dictionary", starring Mosharraf Karim, Abir Chatterjee and Nusrat Jahan in pivotal roles, released at 35 movie theatres across India today. Directed by Bratya Basu, it is an adaptation of Buddhadeb Guha's "Baba Howa" and "Swami Howa". Mosharraf Karim plays a businessman in the film, whose English is weak.
"This film is a labour of love. We hope that the audience loves the film, as much as we loved making it," says Mosharraf Karim. "Needless to say, Bratya Basu is a brilliant director. Working with him was a pleasure."