Review of Kaberi Antardhan | Film review Kaushik Ganguly and Prosenjit Chatterjee Kaberi Antardhan dgtl
A film by Kaushik Gangopadhyay means that audience expectations naturally rise a bit. The desire to achieve something beyond the simple story is created. So even though the trailer for “Kaveri Disappearance” looked like a thriller, there was a hint that there might be more to the film than mystery. This movie did not disappoint in that regard. Besides the mystery, the story has a family crisis, strained relationships, love, youth frenzy, Naxalite movement and much more. Even though there are various elements, sometimes the story dies in the field, if the plot of the story is not right. However, the director handled this aspect well.
The setting of the film is the troubled Bengal of the 70s. But not Kolkata, Hatimara in North Bengal. Police officer Mrinmoy (Kaushik Sen) is accompanied by his wife (Churni Gangopadhyay), his sister Kaveri (Srabanti), his sister’s groom (Ambarish Bhattacharya) and their children. The story begins with the murder of Mrinmoy and the disappearance of Kaveri. A new policeman (Indranil Sengupta) and an old detective (Koushik Gangopadhyay) arrive in Hatimara. Suspicion falls on local artist Argya Kamal (Prosenjit Chatterjee). But lack of evidence. It’s hard to find an edge to the mystery of where Kaveri went. The story goes both ways. We show in parallel what is happening in the present, and also what happened in the past. Interestingly, scenes from the present unravel the mystery and unravel the story from scenes from the past.
Director Kaushik has his own style of storytelling. There should be life in each of his stories. There too, he made the story the main tool. Thus, although it is a thriller, the technical aspects are not highlighted. Camera manipulation, play of light and dark, pointless low-angle shots, disturbing background music, all of this is unused. Rather, it’s the quality of the script, that suspense or a sense of suffocation is created through the story alone.
But that feeling of suffocation or public angst wasn’t held back in the same way in the end. The first half of the film is as tense as the second half is not. The binding of the story may seem a bit loose. So even if the joke is ultimately solved, it’s hard to say whether or not it will exceed audience expectations.
The strong point of the film is certainly the acting of the actors. Kaushik Sen, Srabanti, Ambarish and even Indranil Sengupta in a relatively small role also star. Churni is impeccable here. There are various aspects of his character, each of which he portrayed on screen in such a way that his performance will be remembered even after he leaves the room.
Many may prefer actor Kaushik to director Kaushik Gangopadhyay. If you see this image, you will understand how correct their decision is. How big is a Kaushik actor, he has proven over and over again. The comic relief that was found in the serious story of this film was only possible thanks to Kaushik.
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Not to mention the acting, he is definitely Prosenjit. His game is like vintage wine. As the days pass, more flavors are added. Is Arghyakamal the hero of the film who is calm in turbulent times? Or what villain? The public will respond. But whatever the answer, it is certain that this photo is his. Its screen presence adds to the appeal of any scene. And it’s not because of Prosenjit’s fame, but because of his acting skills.
‘Kishore Kumar Junior’, ‘Drishtikon’, ‘Jyeshtaputra’ followed by ‘Kaveri Antardhaan’. The couple Kaushik Gangopadhyay and Prosenjit Chatterjee win the game every time. It can be said with certainty that audiences will be waiting for their fifth partnership after watching this movie.
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