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Byomkesh Gowtro review: Antagonist Satyakam overshadows detective Abir Chatterjee in engaging film

Byomkesh Gowtro is fascinating when it comes to exploring the sins of mankind. The elements of greed...

15 Oct 2018 11:54 IST — Roushni Sarkar

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Mayurakshi review: Sobering look at father-son relationship and old age

Soumitra Chatterjee and Prosenjit Chatterjee anchor this oscillating film by Atanu Ghosh on familial...

29 Sep 2018 16:00 IST — Sonal Pandya

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Andarkahini review: Priyanka Sarkar shines in this experimental look at the inner struggles of Indian women

Four shorts stories make up writer-director Arnab Middya’s exploratory first film, based on...

28 Sep 2018 22:00 IST — Sonal Pandya

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Bansuriwala review: An intimate journey with flautist Ronu Majumdar

The documentary largely uses the magic of Majumdar's flute for the background score, and treats...

28 Sep 2018 6:00 IST — Blessy Chettiar

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Naqaab review: Lengthy film with absurd storyline and lame dialogues

A film on such a ludicrous theme needs a strong script to make it funny and relevant. That is what...

24 Sep 2018 12:38 IST — Roushni Sarkar

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III Smoking Barrels review – Witness the dark side of India’s otherwise beautiful Northeast

The film has fine performances from well-known actors like Subrat Dutta, Indraneil Sengupta and...

21 Sep 2018 11:03 IST — Keyur Seta

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Kuasha Jokhon review: Absurd theme and lengthy storyline ruin this horror film

If the directors had attempted to make a romantic film with a simple storyline and dramatic twists,...

08 Sep 2018 11:56 IST — Roushni Sarkar

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Agni Pareeksha (1954) review: A woman's tale that almost sanctifies child marriage

The film, which was released on this date in 1954, is told from the woman's point of view but...

03 Sep 2018 22:35 IST — Shoma A Chatterji

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Flat No.609 review: Arindam Bhattacharya's horror film scares and disappoints

The horror sequences are clichéd, but well executed....

01 Sep 2018 16:21 IST — Roushni Sarkar

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Tuski review: Pretentious execution, melodrama takes away the rawness and reality

The film is neither entertaining, nor does it hit the audience hard by providing a realistic...

27 Aug 2018 11:57 IST — Roushni Sarkar

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Drishyantar review: Loose screenplay, redundant subplots ruin this film

This thriller fails to keep the audience glued to its seats and ends in a whimper....

25 Aug 2018 21:26 IST — Roushni Sarkar

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Piya Re review: Intended romantic tragedy is a complete waste of time

Piya Re doesn’t seem to a have concrete storyline at all, rather till the end, it feels that...

11 Aug 2018 16:55 IST — Roushni Sarkar

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Crisscross review: Humanity the highlight of this women-centric story

Crisscross, starring Nusrat Jahan, Priyanka Sarkar, Jaya Ahsan, Sohini Sarkar and Mimi is for...

11 Aug 2018 12:29 IST — Roushni Sarkar

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Bhuban Majhi review: Journey of an aristic soul torn between his ideals and struggle for freedom

The film is undoubtedly a work of fiction yet its evocative documentation of the historical past of...

06 Aug 2018 12:37 IST — Roushni Sarkar

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Uronchondi review: A visual treat that lacks an engaging storyline

The film lives up to the expectation of offering a visual treat, but not in terms of delivering an...

04 Aug 2018 11:33 IST — Roushni Sarkar

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Happy Pill review: Mainak Bhaumik succeeds in spreading happiness with this optimistic film

Happy Pill definitely spreads happiness and after leaving the theatre, one is sure to make efforts...

28 Jul 2018 12:00 IST — Roushni Sarkar

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Gaheen Hriday review: A saga of broken relationships with a grim storyline

The single strong point of the film is the way director Agnideb Chatterjee has brought out the inner...

21 Jul 2018 16:14 IST — Roushni Sarkar

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Bidaay Byomkesh review: Worth watching for its cinematic goodness, director's visible efforts

Director Debaloy Bhattacharya’s film, an original story on the detective, is not merely a but...

21 Jul 2018 12:52 IST — Roushni Sarkar

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Abar Basanta Bilap review: Regressive content, loose sub-plots make for a tiresome watch

If the characters were not enacted by brilliant actors such as Paran Banerjee, Kharaj Mukherjee, Mir...

16 Jul 2018 14:27 IST — Roushni Sarkar

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Maati review: Paoli Dam carries Partition tale on her able shoulders

The film undoubtedly reflects a lot of attachment of the storyteller when it comes to recreating the...

14 Jul 2018 13:00 IST — Roushni Sarkar