Movie Review: Meghnadbodh Rohoshyo (2017)

Meghnadbodh Rohoshyo (2017) is about a Professor of Oxford, who during his annual sojourn to home town receives a copy of the bengali classic from an anonymous source and wonders "whodunit, howdunit and most importantly whydonit"?

Meghnadbodh Rohoshyo (2017)
Director: Anik Datta
Writer: Anik Datta
Stars: Anindya Pulak Banerjee, Bhaskar Banerjee, Sanjay Biswas

whodunit, howdunit, whydonit

Meghnadbodh Rohoshyo (2017) Thriller

Meghnadbodh Rohoshyo (2017) is about a Professor of Oxford, who during his annual sojourn to home town receives a copy of the bengali classic from an anonymous source and wonders “whodunit, howdunit and most importantly whydonit”?

A beautifully twisted plot with wonderful concept and storytelling that slowly peels the onion and makes way for the bulb!

Meghnadbodh Kabyo isn’t exactly what the Film is about however it’s similar when we look at the characters of the film and that of the book. It’s a story of betrayal. The film was good overall, however the only point of dissatisfaction is that the policemen were portrayed as extremely hopeless and on the other hand a woman (artistic in nature) and a film director turned out to be the actual detectives of this plot. And even though that seems amusing, it didn’t quite make sense to me while I was watching the film. Overall a nice plot, good use of Bengali literature, great acting – a film worth watching!

 

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Sukanya Basu Mallik

Sukanya Basu Mallik is a multi-genre author, film and book critic.
She has been published in various journals, magazines, and
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Poetry Journal, SEAL (South East Asian Literature) festival
anthologies and AIPF Int. Anthology (Austin International Poetry
Festival). She has also received a number of awards; The Best
Manuscript Awards for fiction & non-fiction categories (Mumbai
Literature Festival 2018)etc. Her short
story ‘Healing of wounds’ has been awarded a certificate of merit by
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