Sesher Golpo Movie Review : The story is amazing and blissful to watch

Cast : Soumitra Chatterjee, Mamata Shankar, Kharaj Mukherjee, Krishnokishor Mukherjee
Director :Jit Chakraborty

Music Director : Joy Sarkar

What’s Good: The story is amazing and blissful to watch. The actors have delivered terrific performances.

Watch or Not?: It’s a clean family entertainer watch the movie with your family.

Story : The story takes place between two couples of two different generations. Amit Ray, the protagonist of Shesher Kabita runs an old age home with his friend Narendra. Post her retirement from service, Amit’s former paramour Labanya, comes to stay at his old age home while on the other hand, Labanya’s nephew Akash falls in love with Amit’s daughter Kuhu.

Years ago, destiny compelled the young lovers Amit and Labanya to drift apart, leaving them no choice but to move on with their lives. Now in their waning years, the two meet again but complications still prevail when one’s daughter falls in love with the other’s nephew. Will Kuhu and Akash have to face the same fate as their elders?

The film starts after several decades of separation between the protagonists Amit and Labanya. As the plot progresses, the emotional bonding between the two begins to rebuild alongside the parallel narrative of a younger couple Akash and Kuhu, between whom love is newly blossoming. Will the young lovers face the same fate as their elderly counterparts?

Star Performance :Amit’s part is being played by Soumitra Chatterjee and Labanya’s by Mamata Shankar does an excellent job.

Pallavi Chatterjee, Kharaj Mukherjee, Kalyan Chattopadhyay, Krishnakishor Mukhopadhyay, Durga Santra and Aarna Mukhopadhyay The rest of the team plays a very important part and each character does their part well.

Script Direction ,Music:
Jit Chakraborty has made a beautiful film and this movie will hugely depend on the word of mouth.

Music of the film is good,

The background score and music was composed by Joy Sarkar while the lyrics have been written by Rajib Chakraborty.

The Last Word : You all should definitely watch this film.

Three and a half stars!


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