Vikram Chatterjee, Vinay Pathak & Smriti Kalra to star in India’s first psychological romance

The heartthrob of the Bengali entertainment industry Vikram Chatterjee and the multi-talented actress Smriti Kalra join critically acclaimed actor Vinay Pathak for their upcoming psychological romance. ‘Memory X’ is a feature that explores the theory of time and mindspace. This exciting plot is crafted by writer director Tathagata Mukherjee, produced by Avinaba Ghosh, and co-produced by Tania Mukherjee, Tathagata Mukherjee, and Debleena Production Creations.

This fascinating story is shot mostly in Sikkim, and it revolves around the story of Avinash and Shruti over three different timelines. Vikram and Smriti will be seen essaying the roles of Avinash and Shruti respectively. The duo will be joined by Vinay Pathak, who was last seen in Special OPS and A Suitable Boy.

Vikram Chatterjee has carved a special niche in the hearts of Bengali audiences with Tansener Tanpura, Khoj, Shaheb Bibi Golaam, and Icchenodi. The actor is all set to make a debut in the Hindi entertainment industry. Thrilled about his first-ever Hindi stint, the actor says, “Memory X is special for me because it affords me the chance to widen my range as an actor. I’m excited about collaborating with Tathagata Mukherjee for a film that is premised on such a unique concept. Memory X is a dream script for any actor and I’m fortunate that it came to me. It is an enchanting world of parallel timelines. I’m super kicked and looking forward to the shoot now.”

Actor Vinay Pathak agrees that this exciting project is a head-turner. He says, “I’m really excited to be part of Tathagata’s Hindi directorial debut, “Memory X”. It’s a wonderfully woven psychological romance. It is different from the films that I’ve been aboard in the past. It is a film that is based on a unique genre and the subject matter has not been explored much in cinema before. I wish the whole team, the producers and the director, and their entire crew the very best. The filming is supposed to happen in the valleys of Sikkim, which in itself is unique and promising. I sincerely look forward.”