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Centering around a not-so-typical college love story, Prem Tame is a directorial venture by Anindya Chattopadhyay that features the industry’s three fresh faces- Susmita, Sweta, and Soum
The trailer of the film released, clearly reflects the sizzling chemistry between the trio in the film. Packed with various elements of romance and drama, Prem Tame is slated to release in February next year.
The 2mins 28 seconds trailer will undoubtedly help one reminisce their college days- the romantic bonding, the friendship, and also the arousal of problems, the most essential parts of college life, are all experienced in the clip.
Anindya Chattopadhyay himself, narrating the nuances of college romance, the trailer looks muc
“Prem Tame” is a story of a revolution: within a young heart, inside a home, and in society. The story revolves around Pablo, a dreamy-eyed college-goer, who was suspended from college because of an incident. He then sets on a journey of finding himself.
In this journey, he even meets a girl, and how he falls for unconditional love. Soumya Mukherjee is seen to play the role of Pablo, while Susmita and Sweta are pl
The official posters of the film have been released to
Excited about the release of his film, Anindya Chattopadhyay, director of Prem Tame, shares, “Though Prem Tame shows a love, hate, friendship amongst college students, it isn’t a typical love story that audiences are accustomed to. However, the context is very relevant and relatable, taking one back to their college memories.”
He further added, “The protagonist here doesn’t know what to do with his life and is very confused. The story unfolds around that confusion. Prem Tame is one very special project for me and I was extremely hopeful throughout its making. I like working with fresh young talents and thus have decided to cast the three of them. Soumya, Susmita, and Sweta have done a great job in the film. I hope the film, releasing during valentine’s week, will help stirring romance in the minds of the audience.”