Social distancing is the key to fight novel Coronavirus. More than 2 lakh people are affected with covid-19. Those who aren't, are recommended to be at home to protect themselves and others from the pandemic.
Yes, the doctor's want everyone to enjoy self-quarantine and have encouraged to stay away from public places to help flatten the number of cases. School, Colleges, Universities, Movie Theatres, Bars, Restaurants are closed. Prime Minister Mr Narendra Modi has announced 'Janata Curfew' on Sunday, March 22, urging all the citizens of India to stay indoors from 7 a.m to 9 p.m.
Humans have a fixed schedule and we love to spend our day according to that. The moment it's changed, we start losing our self, don't we? Sunday's are about chilling, hanging out with friends and family. However, this Sunday is not like any other Sunday's which means you need distractions to be in a confined space for 14 long hours.
Remember this isolation can stop the spread of COVID19. Also, let us tell you what to watch with your family while enjoying drool-worthy homemade food. Entertain yourself with these 7 Bengali movies on Hoichoi:
1. Apur Panchali
Apur Panchali is inspired from the real-life story of the forgotten child actor Subir Banerjee, who was roped in by legendry director Satyajit Ray at the age of 10.
2. Bidaay Byomkesh
The last saga of Byomkesh Bakshi! An aged Byomkesh Bakshi decides to pass on his 'Satyanweshi' baton to his next generation until his grandson unravels the iconic hidden secret of their family.
3. Baishe Srabon
The movie is directed by Srijit Mukherjee starring Prosenjit Chatterjee and Parambrata Chatterjee. The psychological crime thriller revolves around a retired police officer, who's hired to track down a serial killer.
4. Dwitiyo Purush
Dwitiyo Porush is a Bengali thriller movie, the sequel of Baishe Srabaon. The murder mystery has a touch of bold love story.
Sweater shows the transformation of a girl, who decides to learn knitting to impress her mother-in-law.
Research, case studies were made to ensure the origin of India’s most favourite sweet Rosogolla. The Bengali drama film is a fictionalised biopic of Nobin Chandra Das, a sweet maker from Kolkata, West Bengal
The film tells a story of friendship in a junior co-ed school and how their friendship falls prey to their parent's judgement. Haami is directed by Shiboprasad Mukherjee and Nandita Roy.
Be safe and make your quarantined time entertaining