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Bengali Movie Reviews
Ebar Shabor Review
4.00 rating

Unlike many recent sleuth films, Ebar Shabor is a fresh pie. Many layers, many commitments, many emotions and an underlying revenge and love story makes the film a nice watch and is definitely one of those films that you will want to watch once more.
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Badshahi Angti Review
3.00 rating

Celebrate the winters by taking a trip to Lucknow on screen with Feluda. Watch Badshahi Angti with your family and friends to lose yourself in the bhool bhulaiya (labyrinth) of Lucknow, as the Bengali bhadraloke sets out to solve a case in between a vacation.
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Byomkesh Phire Elo Review
3.20 rating

Byomkesh Bakshi. A must watch is a lesser way of calling the film perfect. A few murders, a simple weapon and some overtly simple yet perfectly complicated reasons to the murder. Surprises are in galore, when you sit to watch Byomkesh Phire Elo.
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Nayan Champar Din Ratri Review
2.80 rating

Rightfully named. Nayanchampar Dinratri narrates the everyday of people whom the city dwellers can't do without, but are actually the most neglected part of the society. A story about domestic helps, the film will help you realize a few things surely. Do watch for some thought provoking insights.
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Pati Parameshwar Review
2.00 rating

Interesting storyline, great actors wrapped in a capsule of humor should have made pati parameshwar a must watch. But alas the fool waits at the edge of the cliff, with his loyal little pet barking at him a word of caution.
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Force Review
2.80 rating

Parent or not, every individual should watch Force. Not so much for the story but very much for the actors, especially the twelve year old Arya.
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Janla Diye Bou Palalo Review
2.20 rating

A pinch of comedy, a dab of craziness and a big gang of talented actors. If you are thinking all these have made Janla Diye Bou Palalo, a worth watch. Then you are wrong. Buy the tickets, if you are a die hard Aniket Chattopadhyay fan or have to pass on a few hours doing something to get rid of boredom.
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Chotushkone Review
4.10 rating

We all love to listen to good stories and when the storyteller is Srijit Mukherji, then all you need is to grab a seat and watch. Wait carefully as fiction unfolds in great proportions all around you.
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Bachchan Review
3.00 rating

Bachchan is a power packed entertainment. Pick your seat and just hold on to your seats for the next two hours, as the screen explodes with colours of love and sweat of action.
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Gogoler Kirti Review
2.00 rating

Unlike Goyenda Gogol, its sequel is not that eyeball grabbing. With not so interesting, unremarkable films hitting the theatres almost every Friday, for the last few weeks Gogoler Kirti is just a nice watch to stay close to Bengali cinema.
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Jijibisha Review
2.5 rating

A simple love story, turned complex with the societal severities is narrated in Jijibisha. Watch Jijibisha for some powerful performances.
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Britto Review
2.8 rating

The middle class struggles. Ways to acquire more money for a better lifestyle amidst a simple story of a couple is what Britto has to offer.
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Borbaad Review
2.00 rating

Newcomer for a film. Story from a Tamil film. Innocent love and passionate punches. Isn't this the hit formula for a film? It is. Unless it's Borbaad.
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Buno Haansh Review
3.2 rating

Emotions. Poverty. Honesty. Love. Greed. Simplicity. Buno Haansh is a careful mix of all this, yet there is something whimsically thrilling about the film.
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Punascha Review
3.00 rating

If you are hurt in love or still reminiscing over failed promises Punascha is a good watch for you. The others can also try for a single watch.
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