Hello, Bengali movie lovers today our topic is Mukhosh Bengali Movie Review. In the story of complex mysteries, two-actor is Anirban Chakrabarti and Anirban Bhattacharya, who is the trump card of director Birsa Dasgupta?
Mystery, detective stories, murders, investigative actions in recent Bengali cinema - a little more practice. Feluda and Byomkesh's brain and brain games have also created quite a market.
Going beyond these familiar currents and tables, Birsa Dasgupta brought a different twist to a new genre of the "Who did it" story and gave the audience a new experience.
He had a lot of trump cards in his hand, using each one at the right time in the screenplay, in the movie called 'Mukhosh', He not only unmasked the police but also showed the real faces of some more established people of the society.
The first two weapons of the director are Anirban (Bhattacharya and Chakraborty), Chandreyi Ghosh, Tota Roychowdhury, Kaushik Sen. Each of them has come out as a character by tearing the pages of the screenplay. Especially the two inexhaustible.
Anirban Bhattacharya enters the character nicely and behaves normally Anirban Chakrabarti. The helplessness of his character's guilt is very subtle. The director's second weapon is the screenplay by Saket Bandyopadhyay.
The film begins with the killing of three police officers in a row. The killer leaves across on the spot as a signal and takes out the heart of the dead.
A team of senior police officer Kaberi (Chandreyi), Inspector Adhrishya (Anirban Chakraborty), and a young criminologist Kingshuk (Anirban Bhattacharya) are in charge of investigating the serial murder.
Not only this, with the help of fire you can do welding. At one point he became almost the chief investigator. Searching for the killer's mentality, one finds a person who cannot be considered a murderer in any way. And here's a fancy twist on the Birsa story.
A mystery story, so keep the mystery! But he uses these two trump cards cleverly and dramatically to make the 'Mukhosh' enjoyable for the audience.
The number three card in his hand is Subhankar Bhar's extraordinary mood photography craft. Home, factories, police offices, outdoors, his camera lens seems to be talking everywhere.
How, why, and when is an educated, polite, normal person forced to wear the "Mukhosh" (mask) of a 'murderer', when he breaks the fence of morality and burns in the fire of revenge?
That has been given priority in the film. This is also the feature of the screenplay. This is the first time I have seen the impression of professionalism in Birsa's management technique.
It was understood that he was on his way to becoming the successor of Harisadhan-Raja. Now it is only necessary to have a little social responsibility.
It is possible to become a professional director by being completely real and anti-social, but then the business "Mukhosh" (mask) becomes the face that it should not be!
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