Its Wrap Up For Tonic, Dev Adhikari Shares Picture On Twitter

Dev Adhikari will be seen in Tonic directed by Abhijit Sen. In the film, Dev Adhikari will be essaying the lead role and apart from him Paran Bandopadhyay and Shakuntala Barua will also be seen in pivotal role. The film is expected to release in Summer

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Its Wrap Up For Tonic, Dev Adhikari Shares Picture On Twitter
Director Abhijit Sen has wrapped the shooting of his next film Tonic. The film stars Dev Adhikari in the lead role. Yesterday, the actor gave everyone shock by sharing a wedding card on his Twitter handle. In no time, the post went viral and his account was flooded with messages. The film is expected to release in Summer.

However, the actor cleared the air and said wrote, “আমার কাকার শুভ বিবাহ অনুষ্ঠিত হবে আগামী মে মাসে , সেই উপলক্ষে আমার পক্ষ থেকে আপনাদের সকলের সপরিবারে আমন্ত্রণ রইলো, আপনাদের ভালোবাসা এবং আশীর্বাদ যেন সবসময় থাকে আমার কাকা এবং কাকিমার সাথে।“

In the film, Dev Adhikari will be essaying the lead role and apart from him Paran Bandopadhyay and Shakuntala Barua will also be seen in a pivotal role.

The story will revolve around a possessive father-son relationship. As the film will proceed, we will see their over -possessiveness nature is affecting their relationship. The problem becomes more critical when the son celebrates his parents’ 50th anniversary in a low-key way but celebrated his own anniversary in a grand way. How they will make their relationship work and sort all their differences is the story all about.

Meanwhile, Dev is preparing for his next film Golondaaz directed by Dhurbo Banerjee. As the reports claim, Nagendra Prasad is considered as the father of Indian football and also introduced football to teenagers in India. He started playing football in 1877. Nagendra even formed a club as an initiative to promote football in India.



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