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Annyo naa explores the mundane territories of a housewife. Director Partho Sarathi Joardar gives shape to an almost done to death idea through Annyo naa.
Anurima Das
   Mon, 28 Oct 2013
AUDIENCE
Laden with melodrama Director Partho Sarathi Joardar's Annyo naa picks up bits and pieces from various ordinary households to weave the story of a woman as a housewife. Ananya Chatterjee is an intelligent well educated woman but a lonely, meek housewife. She surrenders to the cause of her family and husband by forgetting her own identity.

The basic narrative of the film is cliched and repetitive as Ananya loves her in-laws and husband she gets all the more deeply involved with the mundane. A chance meeting with Shreya (Koneenica), a single mother alters her life for the worst. She slowly begins to fulfill her husband's professional wishes as well to keep her household happy.

The really good thing about the film is Director Partho Sarathi Joardar's casting abilities. Ananya Chatterjee is not only comfortable but fits into her role effortlessly. She looks beautiful yet sensuous. She is simple as a housewife yet too bold to resist.

Annyo naa explores the mundane territories of a housewife. Director Partho Sarathi Joardar gives shape to an almost done to death idea through Annyo naa. Under any circumstance this film is not at all a worthy watch, leave alone being good.
Critic: Anurima Das
(1.8 / 5)  : Average (1.8 / 5) : Average


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