In our last story we talked about Aniket’s journey as a struggler, how he reached MAAC Rashbehari and how he decided to take his career up with animation. Today we will talk about his journey as a director.
Aniket started as an assistant director with some prominent producing houses in Kolkata and contributed in many hits. Shortly he decided to direct his own film independently which gave birth to a Bengali movie ‘Saubala.’ And he decided to send ‘Saubala’ to festival De Cannes in the short film corner.
“My first project coincided with the real step into film fraternity, Cannes. I’m lucky, I know that. I will be continuing doing the kind of work that will bring me back here and out there in the world of international cinema. If that happens, who know one day Cannes might get to know me. For now, I’m just content with intent on soaking in the scenes, a walk in the clouds and lying by sleepy Blue Ocean” said Aniket.
Aniket thank a lot to his team for making his dream possible and making it a hit. He in future aims to follow footsteps of the great Bengali directors of Yester-Years who bought name and fame to the country by capturing the new face of a really evolving India, where past embraces present to create a comfortable uneasy future.
We think we should not disclose about it anymore and you all should go and watch it yourself. J
If any of the reader is looking and aiming in the same career as Aniket MAAC Kolkata is the place.