Alinagarer Golokdhadha Movie Director: Sayantan Ghosal
Alinagarer Golokdhadha Movie Starcast: Sibaji Bandyopadhyay, Paran Banerjee, Anirban Bhattacharya
Alinagarer Golokdhadha Movie Story: It is an adventure mystery film, released on 20th April 2018, directed by Sayanton Ghosal, produced by Rutrum Juin, starring Anirban Bhattacharya and Parno Mittra in lead roles. It is the seventh Bengali movie produced by Eros International, a leading company of India and second movie presented by Champion Movies.
Alinagarer Golokdhadha Movie Review:
At the point when an understudy of history, Soham, runs over an enigma while remaining at his sweetheart Brishti’s house, the bewilder is more than what meets the eye. Will he have the capacity to illuminate the riddle? What all will he need to persevere to achieve the finish of the fortune chase?
Alinagarer Golokdhadha’s portrayal of Kolkata is far expelled from what the city intends to individuals living in it or those avoiding it. There’s no inspiring sentimentality of the social capital, there’s no catch to remain above water in the rodent race among metro urban communities, there’s no political tone to its story, there’s no crying foul over its lost magnificence. In any case, indeed, there’s a content that discussions about the city saturated with history and a story that welcomes interest among the group of onlookers that affections to think. For those glad for the place where they grew up and the individuals who appreciate mind mysteries, the film is made to stimulate your mind and incite your considerations.
It depends on a fortune chase that prompts the disentangling of riddles about Alinagar the previous name of Kolkata under Siraj Ud-Daulah’s run the show. Coordinating up to the rushes of a fortune chase, the performing artists in the film depict their characters in a genuine, trustworthy way. With each passing film, Anirban is ended up being a decent find for Bengali silver screen that needs the group of onlookers to identify with the characters. His simple way to deal with getting under the skin of the character will abandon you flabbergasted. His depiction of Soham — a basic and studious kid — with most extreme earnestness and much specifying is anticipated from him. Anirban is Soham from the principal scene. He adds a little jerk to the center of his eyebrows each time Soham tries to think or settle an enigma — utilizing a basic, inconspicuous signal to have any kind of effect.
A few scenes have Shakhhi Gopal (Paran) and Brishti (Parno) sharing an enchanting fellowship that makes the characters charming. Parno plays the bonedi bari girl raised in a cutting-edge set up easily. She’s a sweetheart to her dad, a sympathetic sweetheart and a meriting accomplice to Anirban in understanding secrets. Paran, with his easy screen nearness, keeps you engaged. Brishti’s dad and the proprietor of a sprawling house, Ashutosh (Kaushik Sen) and the malevolent classical merchant, Amirchand Mittal (Goutam Halder) are well-suited in their depictions. Kaushik is unpretentious yet tops at the correct minutes. Goutam gives you a curious adaptation of the Rabindrasangeet, ‘Purano shei burger joint kotha… ‘ in a tone ridiculing the Bengali estimations and in the meantime, influences you to wonder about his acting ability.
With such awesome entertainers and a content that completes a good employment of keeping you snared, chief Sayantan Ghosal couldn’t have turned out badly. He gives you some straightforward, ordinary scenes yet ensures you are thinking close to the performers while they attempt to comprehend the questions. The first run through a man is shot, while Soham and Brishti are illuminating the puzzle, will startle you with the unexpectedness of the occasion, genuinely necessary in a spine chiller. The scenes that show Soham and Brishti out of their minds, on account of steady killings while they are at the precarious edge of unwinding the secret, are shot in moderate movement yet require more work to realize the coveted emotional impact. Despite the fact that the foundation score is better than average, verses could have had more effect. Everybody appears to have buckled down yet the performing artists in the film strike gold.