The screenplay of Mayar Jonjal Bengali Movie is excellent. This film evokes your thinking. Indranil Roychowdhury directs the Mayar Jonjal film.
Indranil Roychowdhury's third film Mayar Jonjal has just been released in India and Bangladesh on the same day.
The screenplay of the film is woven with such care, the characters get stuck in your mind once you see it. It seems this is the film!
It is not through the narration of the story through the voice-over, but from the movements of the main characters that the impression is created, and the story of the movie begins to spread its roots.
And caught this period. Images of abject degradation, images of intense illusions, images of love's fruitless cries, scenes of suffocating destruction, Mayar Jonjal shows.
People don't know what to do with themselves, but still have the desire to live, to float. Which is a stark reality at all socio-economic levels.
The emotional conflicts of each character, and subtle tension, are so beautifully captured by the director that the society's movement is visible.
Although the cage of the main story of the film is based on Manik Bandyopadhyay's 'Bishakto Prem' and 'Subala' stories, this screenplay is very contemporary.
Another main character Chandu (Ritwick Chakraborty) used to work in a plastic factory. After securing the job of an ATM counter, that too went. Hence his ultimate financial crisis.
Meanwhile, the wife will not allow Soma (Aupee Karim) to do others' housework. Starts to think – girls' outside addictions are dangerous. How to quit the job.
She does not even hesitate to think of spreading the work due to her husband's small earning potential. There is Satya (Shohel Mondol), the syndicate-eating boy. He is eager to earn money by doing any trick.
Sex worker Beauty (Chandrayee Ghosh) has a love-hate relationship with Satya. Her husband had sold her once.
Indranil Roychowdhury's this film will be remembered for its teamwork and the clarity and execution of the director's ideas.
The smart dialogues are the main thing of the film. Indranil Mukhopadhyay's camera suits the mood of this film. Prabuddha Banerjee's music is pretty good. And the casting of the film is commendable.
Ritwick Chakraborty and Aupee Karim gave their best. No one seems to be able to perform 'Ganesh Da' without Bratya Basu. Shohel Mondol and Chandrayee Ghosh is excellent.
Paran Banerjee, Kamalika Banerjee, Amit Saha, Saoli Chattopadhyay and Jaydeep Mukhopadhyay are preferred for the short role.
Because of their very unrepentant acting. Director Indranil Roychowdhury is Man of the Match.
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