Ramdhanu (rainbow) brings forth the emotional journey of a family. The struggles of being hopeful. The difficulties of gulping in failures with a straight face. Watch Ramdhanu to discover the triumph of a couple who face adversities just to win over them with repose.
| Anurima Das
The rainbow of life is filled with colors. Colors of hope, achievement, failure and of course disappointment. The colors of success are too overwhelming and always comes with a smile, but the baggage that the colors of struggle and failure brings along with it are not too decent and at tines too difficult to adjust with.
Ramdhanu traces the journey of Mitali Dutta (Gargi Roychowdhury) and husband Laltu (Shiboprosad Mukherjee) who fail to get their son, Gogol (Akashneel Mitra) admitted to a reputed school. Their lack of awareness and inability to speak proper English comes in the way of their son's admission. The parents are paranoid and are getting dragged down to worry about their son's future as they desperately try to put him into a modern English medium school. They are tortured by the good news of their friend's children getting successful admissions. But they decide not to lose hope and patiently clear out the clouds by getting themselves enrolled to a grooming class.
There are an exceeding number of actors in Ramdhanu. But all of them play their designated role too sincerely and with ease. Shiboprasad nails it once again with his brilliant acting style that is too natural to resist. Gargi as the caring and loving mother replicates motherhood too peacefully and with a natural ease. Our child actor is also too suited in his role and establishes the dreamy, carefree child too well and is bound to pull you to the theatres once more for Ramdhanu and for his innocence.
Watch Ramdhanu to discover the triumph of a couple who face adversities just to win over them with repose. Ramdhanu (rainbow) brings forth the emotional journey of a family. The struggles of being hopeful. The difficulties of gulping in failures with a straight face.
Critic: Anurima Das
3.5 out of 5 (Very Good)
WHAT THE RATINGS MEAN:
0.0 - 1.4 : Poor
1.5 - 1.7: Poor, A Few Good Parts
1.8 - 2.3: Okay
2.4 - 2.9: Fairly Good
3.0 - 3.4: Good
3.5 - 5.0: Very Good