Pritam Sarkar's social satire Satvut Advut gets a comedic spin from Bhooter Raja Paran Bandopadhyay.

Satvut Advut is a social satire about two friends who are a thief and a ticket blacker by profession . The story takes a swift turn with a heavy dose of giggles .

Paran Bandopadhyay is about to appear as a ghost in Pritam Sarkars social satire Satvut Advut, which takes place after a long time.Paran Bandopadhyay and Kharaj Mukherjee will appear in the forthcoming film as a laugh out loud affair.Along with Raju Mazumdar, Ivlina Chakraborty, and Pooja Sarkar, Partha Sarathi and Prasun Gain are playing the central roles.According to the producer, the film, which was made by Bobby Choudhury, would have several layers depicting actual social issues, and the Bhooter Raja character plays a crucial role in the tale.

Until the day they both were publicly harmed due to their habit of stealing and blacking tickets, everything was normal.In a tense mood, Biltu and Raja fled to a dense forest.They begin to sing and summon the Bhooter Raja, who is in a deep coma.It's an odd surprise that Bhooter Raja arrives and all the friends are asked for Boons.

Although Pritam Sarkar's story and storyline are included in the DOP, Nayan Mani Ghosh is the DOP and Aloke Dhara has handled editing.