An old woman invites a girl and a boy for dinner and plans to poison them, an outrageous act that might stem from a haunted past which maimed her life forever.
Winner of multiple international awards, Chandradeep Das has assisted his father, Anjan Das, who was an eminent National award-winning Bengali filmmaker, in his last 3 internationally acclaimed features namely Achin Pakhi, Bedeni, and Banshiwala. He was a co-writer and an associate director in his Dad's last film Ajana Batas, which had its world premiere at International Film Festival of India, 2013 under the Indian Panorama section. He made his first independent short film titled Disarray in 2012 at the age of 22. The film went on to win 8 international awards at various premier film festivals and competitions including California, Mexico, London, etc. It was showcased at 18 international film festivals including Washington, Cinema City, Queensland, Portobello, etc. and had its International Premiere at Belgrade Film Festival 2012. The Red Cap, has just been wrapped up and has been selected to be presented at festivals worldwide by renowned Spanish distributor Promofest. Apart from making films, Chandradeep is a B.Com graduate and a teacher of English, Accountancy, and Economics. In his pastime, he loves reading and writing poetry, for which he has won international accolades from the UK.