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Another nice film from Kaushik Ganguly; though whether you will like it or not is more subjective this time. Cinemawala tries to make a case against piracy. Since this is an era of rampant piracy, anyone who fails to see the unethical side of the same might not relate well to the main subject. Kaushik has found a sensible way to handle the topic and told it by keeping the troubled relationship between a father-son duo in center stage instead.
The cast managed to deliver really good performance and portrayed believable characters. Cinemawala successfully projects some relatable and touching moments. I found the ending to be somewhat predictable, but overall it's definitely a good watch.
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