A successful dreamer is he who nurtures his own dream and understands the fellow dreamers. Partha Sarathi Manna is that budding name in tollywood industry who is now helping juniors to shape and live their dreams.
His upcoming movie Oskar is based on dreams of a filmmaker. This film narrates story of a aspiring writer Saheb Bhattacharya who often dreams about the Oskar statue and finally makes his own film. What after that? Does he finally live his own dreams? Does he long for something else? This story of ‘Oskar’ is based in 1983 at a village named Achinpur. Achinpur, a place of dreams…isn’t it? And 1983! It is one of the most significant years in the history of Indian cinema as Bhanu Athaiya, the first Indian won Oscar for costume designing in the movie called ‘Gandhi’. The link is quite evident here. Audience will find out how Partha is going to use the connection here and end his story of ‘Oskar’.
Saheb Bhattacharya is the dreamer of this film whereas Priyanshu Chantterjee, Shakuntala Barua,Kharaj Mukherjee, Aparajita Adhya have distinct roles to play. The team Oskar has started a joint venture with (Satyajit Ray Film & Television Institute) to encourage the budding youngsters who aspire to be filmmakers. They are organizing a short film competition. Participants have to make a short film on the topic ‘dream’ and send it to the Oskar team by 20th July. SRFTI will choose two winners who will get a chance to learn digital film making course at SRFTI for free. The motto is to promote and encourage the young generation and help them to learn the basics of film making; because dream needs nourishment of talent.