Movie Review Rating: 2 Star
Star Cast: Abir Chatterje, Jisshu Sengupta and Priyanka Sarkar
Director: Mainak Bhaumik
What’s Good: Both Abir Chaterjee and Jishu Sengupta have done justice to their respective roles.
What’s Bad:could have been a great movie but utterly disappointed after interval. expected a much better film from mainak.
Loo Break: Loo break will not be able to do justice to this crap-fest!
Watch or Not?: absolute waste of money. Watch super30 instead and don’t waste your weekend on such trash.
The story of Bornoporichoy (Grammar of Death) revolves around this killer Arko and the cop Dhananjoy – much like a cat and mouse chase. While the killer believes he is controlling the game, the cop proves to be one step ahead of him, challenging every one of his moves and compelling him to feel manipulated in the end.
Despite being able to closely escape the cop’s agenda to catch him in the middle of action several times, Arko finally ends up coming face to face with Dhananjoy for the ultimate showdown.
Star Performance :
Both Abir Chaterjee and Jishu Sengupta have done justice to their respective roles. However, the script does let them down a bit at times.Priyanka Sarkar is pretty ordinary, she doesn’t has much contribution to the story.
Direction, Music :
Utterly nonsense plot, such bad transition, & unexpected to see this renowned director using 2 of the best actors of this industry in such a bad manner. Baseless story, the build up was also not good. this can’t be called a thriller. Had huge expectations from Mainak Bhaumik, but with due respect,, you let the expectation down. Lines like.. “amra dujonei sotyanweshi” didn’t go with the plot. DISAPPOINTED!!! story and cinematography not up to the mark.
The background score in the first half is very good as it supports the satire very well.
The Last Word
All said and done,2 Stars