What if one morning you wake up to know that you remember yet you don't. A strange string of events lingers in your mind, yet you don't know what to believe. The present seems the reality of the moment, yet the past also seems true.
Director Riingo explores this strange subject of belief and disbelief by weaving the same through a thriller motif in Sada Kalo aabchaa. Samrat (Samrat Chakrabarti) and Sayani (Sayani Dutta) is a married couple travels to Kolkakham for a holiday and to be together out of the usual grind. Samrat a writer by profession meets with an accident on the tour and the film suddenly takes a leap.
After recovering he forgets a lot but remembers Sayani. In Sada Kalo aabchaa from this point becomes all the more gripping and interesting. Meeting Sayani does not help Samrat's case as he is too stunned to find her with another man whom she claims to be her husband.
Cinematography and extraordinary frames add to the magic of Riingo and brings out the thrill bit of in Sada Kalo aabchaa. Definitely cinematography is the hero of the film but the actors Samrat and Sayani play their roles with precision and helps Riingo thread the narrative quite well.
Riingo is back. It is a bang or a slow back is yet to be decided. Sada Kalo aabchaa is a thriller entwined with love, deceit, confusion and betrayal. Not a perfect film, but a signature Riingo, the film is definitely a good watch for its sheer visual extravaganza and the thrill factor.
(3.2 / 5) : Good