Bengali Movie Reviews

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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

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Charulata review: Satyajit Ray's interpretation adds meaning to Tagore's creation

Charulata stands out as the finest blend of the ideal and the pragmatic, the radical and the among a...

17 Apr 2019 21:23 IST — Shoma A Chatterji

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Vinci Da review: Engaging, hard to ignore Rudranil and Ritwick's brilliant acts

Director Srijit Mukherji's Vinci Da delivers a mixed experience in terms of expectation, but to...

13 Apr 2019 13:12 IST — Roushni Sarkar

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Meal review: An effectively crafted visual narrative to disturb the audience

The short film, featuring Ratnabali Bhattacharjee and Adil Hussain, achieves its goal as it to...

09 Apr 2019 17:00 IST — Roushni Sarkar

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Basu Paribaar review: Fails to establish a connection between its content and cinematic composition

Basu Paribaar certainly had a lot of potential in terms of its content and a powerhouse cast. But a...

06 Apr 2019 16:45 IST — Roushni Sarkar

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Sweater review: Shieladitya Moulik’s over-simplified story hard to connect with

The film is full of archetypal characters with no grey shades. Hence, they all give away the hint to...

31 Mar 2019 8:00 IST — Roushni Sarkar

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Kia And Cosmos review: Ritwika Pal, Swastika Mukherjee brilliant in beautifully crafted film

Kia and Cosmos is unpredictable because of its anti-linear plot progression, which manages to retain...

30 Mar 2019 21:00 IST — Roushni Sarkar

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Googly review: Srabanti, Soham have speech defect in melodramatic film with a shallow plot

In the film there are ample moments where the director has desperately attempted to make people both...

30 Mar 2019 16:35 IST — Roushni Sarkar

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Mon Jaane Na review: Shagufta Rafique's film turns out to be a regressive show

Neither politics nor the depth of human emotions play an important role in the film and the plot any...

24 Mar 2019 5:53 IST — Roushni Sarkar

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Shankar Mudi review: Poignant socio-political drama that will disturb the audience

Aniket Chattopadhyay's political drama is essentially a political film that shows how power the...

16 Mar 2019 19:41 IST — Roushni Sarkar

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Mukherjee Dar Bou review: Worth watching for the vast range of issues dealt with in a compact format

The film, directed by Pritha Chakraborty, has great detailing and so does each of the functions of...

11 Mar 2019 15:02 IST — Roushni Sarkar

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Thai Curry review: Rudranil Ghosh owns this entertaining film

Thai Curry has a compact storyline and is less absurd and regressive than other mainstream comedies...

04 Mar 2019 8:19 IST — Roushni Sarkar