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Dubbing for filmmaker Anindya Chatterjee's Prem Tame completed

The dubbing for the film resumed right after the lockdown was eased in West Bengal with actors and crew members adhering to the safety norms. 

Roushni Sarkar

The dubbing for filmmaker, singer and songwriter, Anindya Chatterjee's upcoming Prem Tame (2020), has been completed. The film's dubbing, which took place in a south Kolkata studio, resumed right after the lockdown was relaxed in West Bengal. 

Chattejee, the maker of Open Tee Bioscope (2015), Projapoti Biskut (2017) and Manojder Adbhut Bari (2018), has yet to disclose the cast of the film which will launch fresh faces. Prem Tame is a love triangle with three college students.  

Chatterjee assured that all the actors and the crew members maintained safety measures during dubbing. “All the actors took several layers of protection while dubbing. In fact, our hero wore a shower cap along with a face mask when he arrived,” the filmmaker told the English daily, The Times of India.

The filmmaker said that Prem Tame is more or less complete with just some post-production work pending. It is expected to be ready for release soon.