Mitthye Premer Gaan Bengali Movie Review!
Anirban Bhattacharya, Ishaa Saha and Arjun Chakraborty's Starrer Mitthye Premer Gaan will bring back many memories of love!
When love in the world is decreasing gradually, people who think about holding the phone instead of holding hands, see their loved ones on the phone, at that time debutant director Paroma Neotia's first film Mithye Premer Gaan talks about seeing people's inner hearts.
Outer hearts with a Bollywood touch, but the magical touch of love in the film will touch the Bengali audience. She made the film with such care.
Another identity of Paroma Neotia is that she is the daughter of industrialist Harshavardhan Neotia. But Paroma Neotia signed her first film as a filmmaker.
It is possible to love people with everything while knowing yourself. May its consequences be melancholic!
People come close to their old love even if they run away, they want to get back even if they run away - this is a strange tension.
If not truly in love, the taste of this remains untasted. No one falls in love out of fear of loss – that's how it is. Someone gets involved in love despite fear, this is about Mitthye Premer Gaan.
The plot of the story is true of a triangular relationship, but Paroma Neotia's first film tells the story of finding oneself.
If you don't love yourself, can you hold others so dearly? The screenplay of the film Mitthye Premer Gaan raises this question.
How is the story?
At the centre of the film is Abhik (Anirban Bhattacharya). The introverted boy sings in a bar. Great writer. Dreaming of becoming an established musician.
His mother (Sudipa Basu) belongs to a middle-class family. The family runs based on her teaching at the blind school. Abhik's father is a bastard, leaving his mother.
The wounds of a broken family touch his existence, so he cannot trust anyone easily. The only companion is Dev (Soumya Mukherjee).
Loneliness is assumed, people leave when the need is over. So he is afraid of falling in love. When Anwesha (Ishaa Saha) intrudes into life like a spring breeze, Abhik tries hard to create distance even if it feels good.
On the other hand, Anwesha realizes that they are coming closer to each other by breaking the hidden wall. But this girl is confused.
Her father Haripada Roy (Debesh Chattopadhyay) is a renowned classical musician. His worthy disciple Aditya (Arjun Chakraborty) loves Anwesha.
So what will Anwesha do? Does love judge the consequences? It is a tale of conflict. Gradually, Abhik started to think that Aditya is worth Anwesha.
His only reason is that he is not very good at Marg Sangeet. On the other hand, Anwesha is sincere in her affection. She loves Abhik.
A somewhat one-dimensional Aditya is extremely conservative in music. Abhik's presence cannot be tolerated. In the tension of all this, the breath of love arises.
Strangely, Abhik walks away from Anwesha, fearing to lose her. In the second half, Abhik finds his artistic self in the fire of pain. Became a famous rock star.
At that time, Anwesha was a journalist. What will happen now? Abhik's love will be lost for his fear? Or will Aditya be so engrossed in the pure music of Anwesha that Anwesha will not be able to trace her mind? The rest should be seen on the big screen.
Now let's talk about acting. Abhik's character is like Devdas. Anirban Bhattacharya has established his character with intensive work.
His character is complex, his emotions are well captured by the actor. But because of Anirban Bhattacharya every time he has more expectations of the audience. Because he has tied his work to a high level.
Abhik is always accompanied by his only friend, the bartender, who eventually becomes his manager – Dev. Arguably, they complement each other.
Soumya Mukherjee is perfect as Dev. While watching them, one can sometimes think of the Ranbir Kapoor and Vicky Kaushal pair (Film: Sanju). And you may also remember 'Aashiqui 2'. No problem. Music and love are like that.
Ishaa Saha is incomparable in two scenes, romance and tears. She has almost no makeup. Director Paroma Neotia has used Ishaa Saha's eyes brilliantly. Anirban Bhattacharya and Ishaa Saha love their chemistry.
Arjun Chakraborty also performed very well in Gray Shades. It would have been better if there was more emphasis on what Anwesha's mind wants in the film.
The length of the film could have been a little shorter. Ranajoy Bhattacharjee, Kuntal De and Soumya Rit Nag composed the music for this musical film. This film's music is good.
I remember the song 'Nirobotay Chilo Proshno Tomar'. Anusha Vishwanathan in small roles, Debesh Chattopadhyay, and Sudipa Basu are excellent. All in all Paroma Neotia brought back many old memories of the first film.
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