Reviewed By ; Souvik Saha
Director: Kaushik Ganguly
Starring : Prosenjit chaterjee,Rituparna Sengupta, Churni Ganguly,Kausik Ganguly and Others.
Music : Anupam Roy
What’s Good : Acting, display of complex emotions in a way everyone can connect,Music, Direction.
What’s Bad : Few in second half.
Watch or Not?: Drishtikone is certainly one of the best films to have come out of Bengali cinema in last few years.
What it’s about:
Directed by National Award winning director Kaushik Ganguly, Drishhtikone is a quintessential love story. Prosenjit Chatterjee plays a lawyer, who is on the verge of losing his eyesight. He is married to Churni Ganguly, who happens to be a lawyer as well. He has to stay in touch with Rituparna Sengupta, who is a client to him and gradually the professional relationship turns into a personal one. An intense love affair between the duo sets the crux of the story… To know what happens next must see the movie.
The story is penned by Kaushik Ganguly and this man had the toughest job to do.
Performance is one of the major strengths of this film. I don’t think I need to describe in words Prosenjit chaterjee and Rituparna Sengupta’s performance. Outstanding!
Maybe not the film but it might just be Prosenjit’s best performance till date.
Rituparna Sengupta has looked at her beautiful best in this film. No matter what she says, you can’t just get your eyes off her.She is ferocious and this is her special performance.
Churni Ganguly is a real talent and makes the viewer empathize
Kaushik Gangulyis a great actor also and as the sidekick, once again does his job well.
kausik sen does good job.
While every actor has put in their best performance, Prosenjit chaterjee steals the show!
What can I say? Kaushik Ganguly just decides to wow me everytime he takes up a film. He is full of experimentation and I particularly love his descriptive nature of direction.
Music director, Anupam Roy, is the silent hero of this film. The way songs are binded with the story only tells what this man is able to pull off.the songs are life of this film.
Rarely do we come across films which have the quality to stay with you but this film is one of them.
I am going with a 4 /5 for this film.