The director whose next release is on the cult character Detective Byomkesh Bakshy will be bringing back all the aspects of the 1943 as the film is set in that era.
Not only has the director made it a point to look into the nuance elements of the era which is reconstructing the infrastructure, bringing back the glamorous clothes, etc. Dibakar is keen to mark some of the historic events with his film.
While the release of the film has been pushed to April, the first poster was set to be launched in January. But Dibakar was keen on launching the poster on 20th December to mark a forgotten remarkable date in the History of India.
On 20th December, 1943, Japan had carried out an aerial bomb attack on Calcutta right on The Great Eastern Hotel. Japan, was then on an aerial attack spree and found Calcutta at a disadvantage making it an easy target.