Esteemed filmmaker Suman Mukhopadhyay, who has adapted Tagore's 'Sesher Kobita' before, this time has opted for Shirshendu's 'Ascharja Bhraman' to make its screen adaption. "I changed it quite a bit while adapting it for my film, Asamapta," cleared the director. Suman also said why deconstructing Tagore's work is difficult. "You can do it with Shakespeare because nobody objects, but not with a Rabindranath novel, which Bengalis have a deep emotional connect with. So I felt the need to work on something that belonged to the same domain of human relationships and yet, could be deconstructed in my own way", explained 'Asamapta' director. The film has released today.