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The plot revolves around a man who runs a school called "Hemlock Society" which teaches aspirants how to successfully commit suicide. He develops a bond with one of its students, Meghna (... See full summary »
The plot revolves around three lives - a superstar, a young director and a theatre actress - and how their coming together during the process of making a film, changes them forever. The ... See full summary »
A rib-tickling comedy about a group of spirits who, in their various idiosyncrasies, try and save their only haunt, their resting place, when some unscrupulous builders try and break it down to build a modern monstrosity.
The life and notable works of Anthony Firingee a 19th century Bengali language folk poet of Portuguese origin.The time frame of the storyline jumps between two different time periods-19th century and the present day.
Mishawr Rohoshyo, a thriller, is The Egyptian Mystery to be solved by detective Raja Roy Chowdhury to unearth an Egyptian fortune. The all's-not-well quest takes Kakababu and Santu into a ... See full summary »
A very much experienced police detective Mr. Shabor Dasgupta (Actor-Saswata Chatterjee) is assigned to do the task of solving the mystery of the murder of Mitali Ghosh (Actress-Swastika ... See full summary »
The story revolves around a brave heart Barun Biswas, portrayed by Parambrata Chatterjee, who raised voice against numerous gang rapes in a village called Dukhiya. Dukhiya, where gang rapes... See full summary »
Tarak is a professional foley artist whose obsession with creating sound effects for films makes him oblivious to all the talking around him. As his family and friends struggle to cope up ... See full summary »
In August 1947, the British passed a bill regarding the partition of Bengal. Delving into the grim history of the Partition, Mukherjee's movie Rajkahini is woven around a border between the... See full summary »
Several murders have taken place through out the city of Kolkata. A Serial killer is believed to be responsible. The mods operandi being that the killer always caries out the murder according to verses in Bengali poetry. He leaves behind the verses next to the victim. The police are baffled. There lead detective struggles to solve the case. This leads to his superiors deciding to bring back an ex-cop to help solve the case. The ex-cop was suspended for orchestrating a fake encounter and is well known for his bad temperament. Now the ex-cop and the lead detective must work together to catch the serial killer before another innocent loses his life. Written by
Director Cameo: Srijit Mukherjee appears in the scene where the lead detectives are having coffee at a Terrace Cafe. The detectives have to borrow Srijit's laptop who is sitting on a different table leading to a sullen looking Srijit in the last shot. See more »
In the last scene when Prabir is lying dead, the entire ice bucket and glass is full of blood. The blood splatter from his head wound wouldn't have reached the ice bucket lying some distance away to completely fill it with blood, while the part of the table lying in between is relatively clean with just a few splashes. See more »
When you have a dramatic twist at the end, you need not lengthen it to make it even more dramatic, that is the only issue I have with this otherwise landmark movie in Bengali film industry. Just leave it with a shock effect on the audience, who come out of the theatres awestruck. Srijit already announced his arrival with Autograph, but with Baishe Srabon, a new star is born. The use of Hungryalist movement poetry and character, that initial scene through the dark of North Kolkata aisles, everything was to an absolute tee. Goutam Ghose was praiseworthy in his portrayal of the Hungryalist poet and is by far among the best of director turned actors these days. Srijit could himself take a leaf out of his book when he himself has a shot at acting. Prasenjit has come a long way since his early days with the Big Three (was the weakest in terms of acting compared to earlier compatriots Tapas and Chiranjeet), but he is as improved an actor as maybe an Akshay Kumar in Bolly. A 7.5/10.
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