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Dosar is one of my favourite Bengali film.All credits to the director for the way he has made the film.It is one of the many hits from Planman Motion pictures and simply amazing.I would say I have seen many movies but none impressed me to the extent this film has. The plot is brilliant and the way it has been executed is superb.Added to all this the brilliant performance by the lead actors Prosenjit and Konkona Sen,also my favourite stars.It is in the second half that both really were amazing when Prosenjit,who cheated on his wife Konkona had to regain her trust.The best thing and something that made it more superb is that the film was not in color but in black and white.To release a black and white film in 2006 with such a plot and that too so brilliantly could have been done only by Rituparno Ghosh.
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