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Shantilal O Projapoti Rohoshyo review: Not a thriller but an endearing dramatic film with poetic justice

Despite its promotion as a detective film, Pratim D Gupta's movie is more about the hope and in...

15 Aug 2019 12:10 IST — Roushni Sarkar

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Panther review: Anshuman Pratyush's debut film is all about hero-worship

The film serves no purpose but to delude the masses, who are hardly aware of the grave and intense...

13 Aug 2019 14:00 IST — Roushni Sarkar

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Samsara review: Absurd yet seamlessly conceptualised with entertaining quotients 

The feature film is a work of depth that also intends to entertain the audience to the fullest...

03 Aug 2019 18:00 IST — Roushni Sarkar

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Bornoporichoy review: Mainak Bhaumik's crime drama is a huge let-down as a thriller

The film is so monotonous and filled with repetitive dialogues that you can guess any part of the if...

29 Jul 2019 14:12 IST — Roushni Sarkar

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Bari Theke Paliye's relevance lies in projecting the divisive nature of progress

Ritwik Ghatak's film also projects the wonderful idea of getting a sense of reality through with...

25 Jul 2019 15:17 IST — Roushni Sarkar

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Gali Thekey Rajpat review: Messages of humanity delivered through entertaining storyline

The film, starring Uttam Kumar, subtly projects the victory of good over evil without getting the of...

18 Jul 2019 16:00 IST — Roushni Sarkar

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Bhootchakra Pvt Ltd review: Hilarious and energetic horror film

Despite this being a horror film, the audience is bound to laugh more than be scared....

08 Jul 2019 13:13 IST — Roushni Sarkar

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Feluda review: Tribute from a collective consciousness of the iconic sleuth's admirers

Sagnik Chatterjee’s long docu feature Feluda: 50 Years Of Ray's Detective explores how the...

07 Jul 2019 8:00 IST — Roushni Sarkar

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Ganadevata review: Tarun Majumder's film is a celebration of striking performances and cinematic brilliance

Ganadevata, based on a novel by Tarashankar Banerjee, is relevant even today and shows how community...

30 Jun 2019 10:00 IST — Roushni Sarkar

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Network review: Dark film that offers no element of relief or entertainment

The darker aspects of the film lack the charm that is mostly present in a thriller. Instead of a of...

30 Jun 2019 5:00 IST — Roushni Sarkar

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Bibaho Obhijaan review: Regressive film with lame jokes instead of engaging plot

For the most part, the sequences seem to have been written for the sake of cracking jokes, most of...

23 Jun 2019 12:07 IST — Roushni Sarkar

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Kidnap review: Waste of money in failed cinematic attempt

There is no attempt to spread awareness of the human trafficking network. Most of the time, Kidnap a...

09 Jun 2019 2:07 IST — Roushni Sarkar

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Shesh Theke Shuru review: Jeet's 50th film is predictable yet engaging

Jeet has picked a good script for his fiftieth film by shifting focus from mindless comedy or action...

08 Jun 2019 0:41 IST — Roushni Sarkar

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Durgeshgorer Guptodhon review: Entertaining watch for lovers of treasure-hunt films

Durgeshgorer Guptodhon succeeds in the unpredictability of the plot and the way in which director to...

26 May 2019 5:43 IST — Roushni Sarkar

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Jadu Kadai review: Meghdut Rudra's failed attempt at a fantasy film

The director ought to have gone through the script for Jadu Kadal several times to omit the many and...

25 May 2019 9:00 IST — Roushni Sarkar

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Wrong Number review: No point trying to answer this call

Wrong Number, supposedly a romantic comedy, is a below average attempt by director Pandit Subendu....

19 May 2019 7:00 IST — Roushni Sarkar

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Konttho review: Average attempt to make mass entertainer of an inspiring story

The film is unable to establish an emotional connection with the viewer and come across as inspiring...

12 May 2019 7:00 IST — Roushni Sarkar

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Onek Diner Pore review: Bold film with 4 flawed, vulnerable, yet strong female protagonists

The stories have been narrated from the perspective of the women who have taken their own decisions...

08 May 2019 17:12 IST — Roushni Sarkar

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Review: Apur Sansar marks the liberation of an eternal journey inherent in Apu Trilogy

Apur Sansar completes 60 years today. The film seems to offer a philosophy that lacks in the present...

01 May 2019 9:00 IST — Roushni Sarkar

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Jyeshthoputro review: Well-made film on complex human psyche conditioned by circumstances

Directed by Kaushik Ganguly, more than the storyline itself, the conflicting characters of appeal to...

27 Apr 2019 12:17 IST — Roushni Sarkar