Tollywood | A road trip film called Goodbye Venice
Neel Bhattacharya, Saurav Das, Darshana Banik, and Dibyasha Das are set to star in the upcoming film Goodbye Venice, directed by Nilanjan Mukherjee. The movie follows the story of five close friends from college whose lives take an unexpected turn on the last day of their academic life. A sequence of events, both good and bad, happens in their respective lives. Three years later, they plan a trip to Italy, where they embark on a road journey from Milan to Venice. Along the way, they reveal many secrets and learn the value of life and friendship. Finally, the movie emphasizes the importance of appreciating every moment in life and living it to the fullest. The entire film will be shot in Italy.
In the upcoming film titled Goodbye Venice, directed by Nilanjan Mukherjee, Neel Bhattacharya, Saurav Das, Darshana Banik, and Dibyasha Das will be playing the lead roles. The movie revolves around the lives of five close friends who experience an unexpected twist of events on their last day of college. Over the next three years, they each go through a series of ups and downs. However, they plan a holiday trip to Italy together. Their journey from Milan to Venice is full of surprises and revelations as they learn the true value of life and friendship. As the story concludes, the film emphasizes that life is limited, and we should cherish every moment and live to the fullest. The entire film is set to be filmed in Italy.
Neel Bhattacharya, Saurav Das, Darshana Banik and Dibyasha Das star in the new film Goodbye Venicedirected by Nilanjan Mukherjee. The story revolves around five friends from college whose lives take an unexpected turn on the last day of college. “A series of events good and bad occurs in their respective lives. Cut to three years down the line, they all plan for a holiday in Italy. This holiday consists of a road trip from Milan to Venice. Over this journey, a lot of secrets are revealed. The value of life and friendship is showcased. Finally, the film shows that life is finite and we should live to our fullest potential. The film will be entirely shot in Italy,” says Nilanjan Mukherjee.