Baishe Srabon (2011)

  |  Drama, Mystery, Thriller


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An ex-cop is hired to track down a serial killer who carries out his killings according to Bengali poetry.

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  • Prasenjit Chatterjee and Parambrata Chatterjee in Baishe Srabon (2011)

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Director:

Srijit Mukherji

Writers:

Annapurna Basu (subtitles), Goutam Ghose (poetry), Srijit Mukherji (dialogue), Srijit Mukherji (screenplay), Srijit Mukherji (story)

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31 January 2018 | rupak_speaking
7
| A New Star Is Born
When you have a dramatic twist at the end, you need not lengthen it to make it even more dramatic, that is the only issue I have with this otherwise landmark movie in Bengali film industry. Just leave it with a shock effect on the audience, who come out of the theatres awestruck. Srijit already announced his arrival with Autograph, but with Baishe Srabon, a new star is born. The use of Hungryalist movement poetry and character, that initial scene through the dark of North Kolkata aisles, everything was to an absolute tee. Goutam Ghose was praiseworthy in his portrayal of the Hungryalist poet and is by far among the best of director turned actors these days. Srijit could himself take a leaf out of his book when he himself has a shot at acting. Prasenjit has come a long way since his early days with the Big Three (was the weakest in terms of acting compared to earlier compatriots Tapas and Chiranjeet), but he is as improved an actor as maybe an Akshay Kumar in Bolly. A 7.5/10.

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