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.
Byomkesh is called upon for help by police to solve the murder mystery of a wealthy old man Benimadhab and his servant Meghraj. He and Ajit finds the case submerged in crooked intentions of family members.
Feluda and his cousin Topshe goes to Lucknow with Topshe's father to spend the Puja vacation. They arrived at the house of Dhirendra Kumar Sanyal, a friend of Topshe's father. That evening ... See full summary »
It is impossible to believe that Deblina Chatterjee is 18 years old (at the time of the movie) and that this is her first movie. She has given a brilliant performance, which many mature actresses will find difficult to match.
It is equally difficult to believe that it's Somnath Gupta's debut as a director. Such a wonderful job. Every shot seems to have been given a lot of thought. The rural Bengal has been shown in real light. The dreams, hopes and aspiration of a young man from that kind of background have been shown with accuracy. The inter- religious relations have not been unduly emphasized. Same is true of the US attack on Iraq. There was enough scope of over-emphasizing on both these counts, which would have taken away the intended effect on the viewer.
Samadarshi Dutta as Suleman is outstanding. ( He was equally good in 'Icche'). Bidipta Chakraborty as the Boudi of the neighbouring house and Rudranil Ghosh as Jabbar have done justice to their role.
This is a must-see movie for all.
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