Shabdo (2012)

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Tarak is a professional foley artist whose obsession with creating sound effects for films makes him oblivious to all the talking around him. As his family and friends struggle to cope up ... See full summary »


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31 August 2013 | abhijit-bardhan82
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| could be better
Movie subject is good. It's a good sign for Bengali cinema. But somehow I feel their are something missing and more could be done. Movie has given more importance on Tarak and how the relationship surrounding is affected. I expected the movie to be little intense and more informative. The whole movie has shown Tarak's problem and nothing has shown on his rehab. I was expecting to show rehab more in details. It could be more informative and intense in that way. When Swati got the idea to solve Tarak's problem. She could explain it more technically as a doctor. But everything ended so simply and Swati became more emotional on Tarak. Some of the facts which remained unclear that how Dr. Sen treated Tarak, how it was different than Swati's treatment or why Tarak suddenly took the pills? At the end I would say thinking and subject chosen is very different and good sign for Bengali cinema perspective. Also thanks to Director for not adding any unnecessary Rabindra Sangeet in the movie. Please keep doing this kind of movie and I am sure the movie will do good commercially as well.

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