Reviewed By : Souvik Saha
Rating : 3.5 Stars
Director: Srijit Mukherji
Cast: Parambrata Chattopadhyay,Anirban Bhattacharya,Raima Sen,Gaurav Chakraborty,Rwitobroto Mukherjee
In the year 1993, in Chinatown, Kolkata, a gang war takes place and leads to several murders. The police get involved but politics leads to the whole incident being covered up. Twenty-five years later the same thing begins to happen again, identical from the location to the pattern of killing. In this spin-off to Baishe Srabon, Abhijit Prakashi and his assistant Rajat are once again confronted by a baffling mystery.
Good : Everything expected – from performances to direction, cinematography to sound design & music!
Loo Break: Forget loo break, there are scenes that demand your utmost attention leaving no space to even take a long breath!
Watch or Not?: the movie is highly thrilling . Earnest Performances & Fantastic Direction Makes This Film A Must Watch
Parambrata Chaterjee delivers a fine performance.
After movies like Vinci Da, Gumnami, Ghawre Bairey Aaj and now this, Anirban Bhattacharya is an actor we should seriously talk about. We all know he is a natural but proving it with every film, he has a long way to go in tollywood. he is a powerhouse performer in any given role.
Raima Sen plays her part well and has looked charming as always.
Rwitobroto Mukherjee came as a surprise for the audience.He makes an impact .Gaurav Chakraborty does a fine job too..
When Abir Chaterjee’s performance was credited as a special appearance, it hurt.Rest of the actors help the film move forward.
Though the film is filled with astounding performances, it’ll always be remembered for Srijit Mukherji. This man has added a gem in the list of best thrillers of tollywood.
A thriller requires haunting background music and Dwitiyo Purush has it. Music by Anupam Roy is excellent and all songs are equally enjoyable on video as they were in the audio.
I am going with a 3.5/5 for the film.