Reviewed By : Souvik Saha
Starcast : Prosenjit Chaterjee,Aparajita auddya,Rwitobroto Mukherjee,Rajesh Sharma & Others.
Director : Kaushik Ganguly.
Story :though shoddy at times — manages to hold the audience. It has a high-octane start. Kishore Kumar Junior, aka Rajat Ghosh (Prosenjit Chatterjee), an immensely popular version artist or Kishore konthi, is an alcoholic. He travels the nooks and corners of Bengal for macha shows and loses all his sanity and civility after gulping ready-mix alcohol on the go. Though disgusted, Rita (Aparajita Adhya), his wife, somehow manages to adjust with his drunken hostility. His son Rishi (Rwitobroto Mukherjee), however, detests his father’s obnoxious behaviour.
Amidst this dad and son battle, Kishore Kumar Junior has been commissioned to perform in a series of cultural meets aimed at building an environment of Indo-Pak amity at the bordering villages of Rajasthan. He goes there with his team of musicians and wife. But all of them are taken to hostage by a group of terrorists from Jaisalmer airport. The story unveils the change in dynamics between the hostages and the abductors,
What’s Good: music; Prosenjit Chaterjee ’s show-stealing performance.
Loo break: Waste an hour before the movie in a loo just because there’s no temptation, even for once throughout the film.
Watch or Not?: Definitely! It’ll surpass your expectations, keep it however high you want.
Movie Review: Star Performance :Prosenjit Chaterjee is more than being perfect,he delivers a memorable performance.Aparajita auddya is a treat to watch,
Rwitobroto Mukherjee & Lama does a good job.
Rajesh Sharma fits for his role perfectly.The rest of the team plays a very important part and each character does their part well.
Movie Review: Direction, Music :kausik Ganguly has made a beautiful film and this movie will hugely depend on the word of mouth.Music director, Indradip dasgupta, is the silent hero of this film.
Movie Review: The Last Word
Prosenjit Chaterjee performs brilliantly in a film.I am going with a 3.5/5 for the film.