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The best & comfortable part of this movie is its "simplicity".
As the fourth joint-venture of the Director-Duo "Abhijit Guha & Sudeshna Roy", it was bound to be worthy. The youngster theme with modern emotion-conflict worked well.
At 20, a girl looks more mature than a boy; Innocent-Childish Debutant Arjun Chakrabarty (Bapi) & Sweet-Sexy Mimi Chakraborty (Dola) expressed that flavor perfectly. Tulika Basu (Bapi's Mother), Shalmi Barman (Sheuli) (worked as trigger in the film), Anindya Chatterjee (Jijo) & Tista Dutta (Hasna) kept tempo by fair & decent job with their roles. The maid-servant of Bapi's family is the Bonus-Track!
Cinematography (by Sourav Goswami) was fantastic, specially with the focus-play. Some framing of outdoor shots reminded me of "Slumdog Millionaire (2008)" more specifically- near to the end, When Dola with Yellow Tops went to meet Bapi, looked some-what-like Latika (Freida Pinto).
The music (by Jeet Ganguly) could have been better. Erotic track "Sajna Barse" & crispy "Grow Up Bapi" are the notables among six.
I enjoyed the every single moment of the movie but I don't think it
would be the same experience if I would have watched it with my parents
or someone senior. But, hai, who cares?
Mimi is fantabulous! I, personally, got convinced by the plot and all the characters. The first song that was shot in a bar seems to be a bit creepy and not-to-the-mark. Otherwise, rests are quite OK and well shot. I did enjoy the gang, their attitude and all funny misdoings. Scripts was well written incorporating good sense of humor. The very last shot where Mimi and Arjun kiss each other in a busy, public place with lots of staring eyes to them is bold and one of its kind.
Hats off to the directors. Movies should be such fun and refreshing. I think I will watch it again.
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