An in-depth look at the lives and struggles of the community of fishermen living by the river Titash. In 1973, acclaimed Indian director and screenwriter Ritwik Ghatak unveiled "A River Called Titas," a captivating drama delving into the life of a fisherman along Bangladesh's Titas River in Brahmanbaria. Adapted from Adwaita Mallabarman's novel, this film etched its place in cinematic history by pioneering hyperlink cinema. Ghatak ingeniously weaves a narrative featuring interconnected characters, a storytelling technique later embraced by Robert Altman in "Nashville" (1975). Through this innovative approach, Ghatak crafts a tale brimming with romance and intense melodrama, delivering a fervent and emotionally charged cinematic experience.