When they ran to save their lives for the first time, they were mere 12-year-old boys, and the world called them ‘refugees’.
The war of 1971 gave birth to a new country – Bangladesh. It also gave birth to two young orphans – Bikram and Bala. They witnessed the war and its aftermath, where the world tried to trample over them. Fighting for survival, they clung to each other and escaped to Calcutta.
Before they knew the world, they knew each other. Such was their bond, such was their friendship.
Each time they sought new beginnings, each time they would rise, the world would crush them down. So, they fought again… and again. Together they were unbeatable. They were unstoppable. They were inseparable.
In the years that passed, Bikram and Bala, became Calcutta’s most loved, most celebrated, most reckless, most fearless and most powerful GUNDAY!
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During filming at Kolkata, some old native professionals were hired to create the set for a Durga Puja song sequence under the Howrah Bridge, to gave it the realistic look of 1970s and 80s. Read More