Chaar (2014)

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This film is based on four short stories by different writers: "Bateswarer Abodan" by Parasuram, "Porikkha" by Sharadindu Bandyopadhyay, "Kagtarua" by Satyajit Ray and "Dui Bondhu" by Satyajit Ray.


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  • Koyel Mallick in Chaar (2014)
  • Saswata Chatterjee in Chaar (2014)
  • Koyel Mallick and Abir Chatterjee in Chaar (2014)
  • Rajatabha Dutta in Chaar (2014)
  • Sudiptaa Chakraborty and Pijush Ganguly in Chaar (2014)
  • Koyel Mallick and Abir Chatterjee in Chaar (2014)

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24 March 2016 | sohompramanick
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| Watch Chaar to experience the entertainment of reading stories on screen.
Four stories. Three writers. One on screen writer/ director. Sandip Ray's Chaar befits this description with glory and successfully represents four stories on screen clubbed tighter as a singular narrative. Stories have not been picked with a particular motive but are heart warming and define relationships distinctly by expressing different human emotions. The one hour forty five minutes of narrative is broken down into four parts.

Expression of emotions in each tale is weaved with simplicity and virtue. Music heightens the tempo and gels the narrative quite well. Ray's selection of actors is equally powerful and perfect. From Paran Bandhopadhyay to Saswata Chatterjee to Sreelekha Mitra, Rajatava, Sudipta and Swaralipi, Piyush to Abir and Koel everyone works their character too well and somehow create such an impact that at one point you would feel Chaar wouldn't have been possible without them playing their roles.

To summarize, simplicity, purity, heart warming are the few words that you will easily encounter after watching Sandip Ray's Chaar (Four). Satisfaction is just a low tribute for a film like Chaar. Watch Chaar to experience the entertainment of reading stories on screen.

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Drama | Horror | Mystery

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Release Date:

13 June 2014

Language

Bengali


Country of Origin

India

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