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Memories in March (2010)

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A mother finds out that her recently deceased son had a secret life.


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Rituparno Ghosh (writes & rhymes)
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Credited cast:
Deepti Naval ... Arati Mishra
Raima Sen ... Sahana Choudhury
Rituparno Ghosh ... Ornub Mitra
Rajat Ganguly Rajat Ganguly ... Sahana's Father
Suchita Roy Chaudhury Suchita Roy Chaudhury ... Sahana's Mother
Anya Chowdhry Anya Chowdhry ... Woman At the Airport (as Ananya Chowdhury)
Kunal Padhy Kunal Padhy ... Man At the Airport (as Kunal Padhi)
Pradip Roy Pradip Roy ... Ramratan
Buddhadev Chakraborty Buddhadev Chakraborty ... Karim
Abeer Chakraborty Abeer Chakraborty ... CEO, Ad Agency
Ekavali Khanna ... Secretary to CEO
Niladri Chatterjee Niladri Chatterjee ... New Trainee
Manjit Mukherjee Manjit Mukherjee ... Vikash
Dhruv Mookerji Dhruv Mookerji ... Siddhartha's Voice (as Dhruv Mukherjee)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mainak Bhaumik ... (voice)


Delhi-based Arati Mishra believed her worst day was when she was divorced from her U.S.-based husband, Suresh, until she got the news that her Kolkata-based son, Siddhartha, had been killed in a vehicular accident. She travels to Kolkata; is received at the airport by her son's co-worker, Sahana Choudhury, and accompanies her to the crematorium. After the cremation, she is then taken to the guest-house where her son used to live, and told that Siddhartha had been at a party, had not only consumed considerable alcohol but had also insisted on driving, and met with a fatal accident. The next day, she accompanies Sahana to her son's place of employment where she meets some of the staff and signs some documents, but ends up distressed when she is not permitted to take her son's belongings. Quite upset, blaming the office workers' for letting her son drive under the influence, she does not realize that she will be in for more shocks and surprises when she will find that her son had a ... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Release Date:

1 April 2011 (India) See more »

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Kolkata, West Bengal, India

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Dolby SR (Dolby 5.1)


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2.35 : 1
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Straightforward Narration of So-called Aberration
14 July 2011 | by purnenduvianworldSee all my reviews

The very inception of the film gives a feeling of it being ghost- directed by Rituparno Ghosh. But, the germs of it being the first film of a director under Rituparno's tutelage can be made out after one has gone through a considerable portion of the film. Excepting these discussions, what we glean from movie is a so-called aberrant sexuality which, it says, is not to be looked down upon by the fortunate heterosexuals of this world. Arati (Deepti Naval) - the mother, finding it hard to come to terms with and to switch her emotions between her son's sudden death and his homosexuality hitherto unknown to her - at first detests Ornub (Rituparno), but subsequently starts cherishing his company taking him to be her dead son's 'special' someone or her another alive son. Another relation, between Sahana (Raima Sen) and Arati, is also a very pleasant one founded on honesty and respect. Arati, during her short stay at her dead son's house, learns about certain grim truths about this world which, heretofore even her grey hair has not shown her. When she leaves, she leaves with a bagful of warm closeness she has unknowingly amassed within these few days from both Ornub and Sahana and leaves behind with them 'a bit of' herself and her dead son. The background melody and the nominal songs accentuate the situations. To draw the conclusion we can say that 'Memories in March' is a good attempt at narration, though with a profusion of Rituparnovian touches.

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