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Anuranan (2006)

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Rahul Chatterjee is a second-generation East Indian who lives in Birmingham, England, along with his wife, Nandita, and works as a Designer. Rahul's late father used to work in England, ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Rahul Bose ...
Rahul Chatterjee
Rituparna Sengupta ...
Nandita Sen / Nandita 'Nani' R. Chatterjee
Raima Sen ...
Preeti A - Bannerjee
Rajat Kapoor ...
Amit Bannerjee
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Master Agnimitra
Raj Ahmed
Angshuman Banerjee
Arun Banerjee
Haradhan Bannerjee ...
Mr. Sen 'Colonel' (as Haradhan Bandopadhaya)
Dolly Basu ...
Preeti's mother
Atri Bhattacharya
Bibhu Bhattacharya
Kaushik Bhattacharya
Sanjay Bhattacharya ...
(as Dr. Sanjay Bhattacharya)
Sudip Bhattacharya
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Rahul Chatterjee is a second-generation East Indian who lives in Birmingham, England, along with his wife, Nandita, and works as a Designer. Rahul's late father used to work in England, then re-located to Calcutta, where Rahul met Nandita, got married to her, and when she gave birth to a still-born baby, the devastated couple re-located to Bombay, and thereafter to Birmingham. Now his employer has negotiated a contract to re-develop Kanchenjunga in the Himalayas in India, and as a result Rahul gets transferred to Calcutta, which has now been re-named to Kolkata. He gets to meet with the Agent, Amit Bannerjee, who negotiated this project as well as his wife, Preeti. The two couples meet become friends and continue to meet often. Nandita gets a job as a Montessori school-teacher, while Amit takes a trip to London amidst protests from the Himalayan Gurkha community who are against any pollution-related development in this region. This is where he will get the devastating news of Rahul's ... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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This one resonated with me :)
5 October 2007 | by (Seattle) – See all my reviews

'Nandita tells me that flowers bloom in spring. But it is when the flowers bloom, there is spring'. 'Developing closeness is relationship is beautiful when it happens through an unpredictable path'. 'Words are transient, silence is eternal'.

It is one-liners such as these and the several, absolutely beautiful, moments between various characters that will stay with you. This is a movie that explores the beauty of relationships. It is a movie that explores the sensitivity or lack of it in people. It is a movie that explores the process of striking a chord between individuals and the chord becomes tighter with time when the frequencies match or lets say resonate!

The storyline doesn't do justice to the primary ethos of the movie. The end is somewhat abrupt and unexpected. Some initial setting up of characters is probably unnecessary. Some relationships could be even better explored. But all said and done, the film does a remarkable job at its core strength - in depicting resonance between people.

The film has very carefully kept the moral and ethical issues out due to which one is able to focus on the pure emotion. And the film is full of it. Not the emotion in the run-of-the-mill Bollywood film. Instead, an emotion that is honest, pure, touching, possibly one that will stay for sometime.

The actors have suited their roles well. Especially, Raima Sen has been very expressive in her different moods and moments. Strongly recommended for those who like movies about human relationships.


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