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Sagnik Mukherjee

Acting

4 Movies0TV shows
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About Sagnik Mukherjee

Sagnik Mukherjee is most well known for acting, and has 4 known credits, of which 4 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.

Sagnik Mukherjee’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Sagnik Mukherjee’s movies you should definitely watch Bengali Variation (2021) Sagnik has worked on!

  1. Bengali Variation (2021)
  2. Glossary of Non-Human Love (2021)
  3. Dispassionate Love (2018)
  4. Those Who Do Not Drown (0)

1. Bengali Variation (2021 Movie)

The best rated movie Sagnik Mukherjee has been a part of is the romance, drama, music movie Bengali Variation, where they had the role of Sagnik.

2. Glossary of Non-Human Love (2021)

Sagnik Mukherjee worked on this movie as .

3. Dispassionate Love (2018)

In Dispassionate Love Sagnik Mukherjee was worked as Toast the Knowing.

4. Those Who Do Not Drown (0)

In Those Who Do Not Drown Sagnik Mukherjee had the role of Jyoti.

Frequently asked questions

What is Sagnik most known for?

Sagnik Mukherjee is most known for acting. Sagnik has worked on 4 movies and 0 TV shows.

What is Sagnik Mukherjee’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is Bengali Variation, which has a score of 0.0.

Sagnik’s Filmography

As Sagnik. She, Sohini, poet and young journalist, decides to look for her childhood love, Sagnik. He, everlasting student, gets mixed up with gambling debts. A lovers' hide and seek game in the crowded maze of Calcutta.

Executive producer. In a parallel universe in our own space-time continuum, humanity has been overrun by artificial intelligence. The machines are better, faster and more efficient at everything, outstripping their makers. However, one aspect of humanity escapes them: love. Their guidebook attempts to capture the phenomenon in 64 terms, including jealousy, regret and ardour. Posing in homey and romantic settings, they run through the entire spectrum with digital precision, yet without a hint of passion. Director Ashish Avikunthak outlines a worrying, yet confusing impression of a posthuman future in which technology has overtaken and annexed humanity. He presents the new masters of the universe as 2.0 versions of the Hindu pantheon. Yet while Hanuman, Shiva and Kali sometimes reveal all too human traits, this is definitely not the case when it comes to love. Loves dies out with humanity.

Executive producer. Recalling memories of a friend who committed suicide, three lovers slowly slide into an anguish labyrinth of desire, loss and longing. They entangle in a colliding maze of forsaken loves, failed expectations and imperfect anticipations. A disintegrating web arises in which love exists, but as dispassionate yearning. Here affection is an indifferent desire that burns the soul to death.

As Jyoti. In an empty hospital in Kolkata, India, a man faces protocols of blood, a subtly discriminatory office, and a vacant operating theater. His mind is on a loop of the last months of his wife’s life, when a quiet argument developed. When is the end of pharma-medical care, whose life is it anyway?

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