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UNISHE APRIL marked the arrival of Rituparno Ghosh as a major filmmaker. Though it was his second film, it catapulted him into prominence winning quite a few National Awards in its wake. The strong point of UA is its performances - Aparna Sen and Debasree Roy act superbly in this mother- daughter tale of a missing bond between them. The film is inspired by Bergman's AUTUMN SONATA.
The weakness of the film lies in part on the script - it is a bit strange to hear that when Aditi (Debasree Roy) is in deep love with a Delhi based boy (Prasenjit) and their relationship was on for quite some time yet the fact that Aditi's mother is a Nationally renowned dancer is unknown to her paramour. The harping on suicide as a release from inner turmoil and the outside storm sequence during the night symbolising the inner turmoil of Aditi appear rather clichéd (even Satyajit Ray did this in CHARULATA towards the climax) . The supporting cast includes Dipankar Dey, Boddiswata Mazumdar and others.
The story and screenplay of the film is credited to Rituparno Ghosh.
Rating: 3.9 out of 5
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