"A love letter to Calcutta," declares Mainak. "It's about a typical Bengali family of dadu (grandfather), parents and three brothers and their love interests. Then there's the Marwari ...
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"A love letter to Calcutta," declares Mainak. "It's about a typical Bengali family of dadu (grandfather), parents and three brothers and their love interests. Then there's the Marwari community which plays a big part in today's cosmopolitan Calcutta. This is a film about the Calcutta we see now. It's urban and young and yet the Bong idiosyncrasies are very much there."Written by
As the title aptly suggests, Maach Mishti & More is an urban saga that revolves around a typical Bengali household in Kolkata. The movie revolves around three brothers and their love life as well as portraying the household problems, love, hope, despair and family values in the background of the present day Kolkata. Mainak Bhowmick is successful in capturing the struggle between old and new ideas. The coolest person of the family is their 'dadu' (grandfather) Soumitra Chatterjee; Rony (Parambrata), has done an excellent job. Anubrata (Raju) is youngest and probably the wisest brother in the family and wants to be an actor. Everything about the movie is really good from dialogue delivery to the simple yet intriguing script except perhaps the part played by Souvik (Rahul) as the eldest of the three brothers who has just came back from America to start a restaurant of his own. Well, Souvik was trying a little bit too hard (read 'over acting') and that weird Bengali pronunciation is really irritating. Overall the movie is really good and definitely worth watching.
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