Superstar Prasenjit Chatterjee came as guest judge in the program Zee Bangla Mirakkel on 29th August, 2013. The judges Rajatavo Dutta, Paran Banerjee and Srilekha Mitra were there as usual.
Mir Afsar Ali asked Prasenjit Chatterjee about his new film Parichay which had been shot in the picturesque location of New Castle. The young actors and actresses were also brought in show to speak about the experience of the film.
The artist Mishti had been launched in the film. Prasenjit Chatterjee played the role of the father of the girl Mishti in the film. The new actress had presently acted in the film Parichay and after that she had been offered a role in a Bollywood film.
When Prasenjit Chatterjee was asked about funny instances in his life he gave information about his co-stars. He said one of his friends and popular actor Tapas Pal at one point of time was very foody. He was busy with a number of films of directors Tarun Majumdar.
Incidentally Tapas Pal acted in many successful films of Tarun Majumar namely Dadar Kirti, Bhalobasha Bhalobasha, to name a few. When director Tarun Majumdar told Tapas Pal that he must live in strict diet, Tapas Pal used to look into the tiffin box of all the co-stars. If he found some delicious food, he asked the co-star to share some of that food. Later on Tarun Majumdar said “what was the point of asking him to stay in strict diet, when he ate the food of other co-stars.”
The performers of the Zee Bangla Mirakkel show dedicated their acts on the different films of Prasenjit Chatterjee. Prasenjit Chatterjee had acted in more than 200 films in the last 30 years.
Subhashis Mukherjee did parody by singing the songs of Prasenjit Chatterjee’s films with words of his own. At the end of the show a joint act was done by Vicky and Apurbo Roy. Apurbo Roy had experience of acting with Prasenjit Chatterjee in the program Zee Bangla Banglar Sera Poribaar. So here also he acted a part which could annoy the veteran actor. Prasenjit Chatterjee laughed at his performance and the performance of Vicky, when he said Prasenjit Chatterjee’s walking style was created because he had to walk across muddy roads in villages in West Bengal and carry two buckets full of water which were very heavy.