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Guwahati boss takes 50 employees for a ‘Suspended Inspector Boro’ treat
A generous hotelier in Guwahati on December 11 ensured that his employees get the perfect time-out from the mundane daily schedule.
Manoj Kalita of fine-dine restaurant Kalita Spectrum, located at GS Road in Guwahati, treated his 50 employees to a show of latest Assamese film Suspended Inspector Boro at a theatre in Guwahati.
Speaking about the initiative, Kalita said that he enjoyed spending some recreational time with his employees while watching ‘one of the best entertaining Assamese films’. “The experience was fantastic. The film is very entertaining and we the team of Kalita Spectrum enjoyed it together. Kenny has done a great work and this is just a simple way to show our love for the film,” said Manoj Kalita. He added that he will see the film once again and urged the film goers not to miss this film.
Earlier, during the shoot of the film, Kenny and team filmed at the Kalita Spectrum where the main villain Inspector Lokkhi Modon Jwala’s entry scene was shot. Director Kenny Basumatary himself played the role of Inspector Jwala in the film.
Suspended Inspector Boro is the third film by the team of famous Assamese films Local Kung Fu and Local Kung Fu 2. The plot, written by Kenny Basumatary, starts with Inspector Boro, played by Utkal Hazowary, already suspended for bashing up a highly connected gang. A preview of the sequence was already released on YouTube which went viral.
Inspector Boro gets a call from an SP who asks him unofficially to find a girl named Sabrina Rai who’s gone missing three days ago. She was taken from her Udalguri village to Guwahati on the pretext of job training, but now her phone’s been switched off for three days and she’s vanished. Inspector Boro heads to Guwahati and fights his way to the truth. Interestingly, Kenny is playing the main villain, Inspector Lokkhi Modon Jwala.