Har Har Byomkesh {2015} - Kolkata Bangla Full Movie

Har Har Byomkesh is a Bengali mystery thriller film directed by Arindam Sil and produced jointly by Mahendra Soni, Shrikant Mohta and Nis...


Har Har Byomkesh is a Bengali mystery thriller film directed by Arindam Sil and produced jointly by Mahendra Soni, Shrikant Mohta and Nispal Singh Rane on Shree Venkatesh Films and Surinder Films banner respectively. The film is based on the fictional detective, Byomkesh Bakshi, created by the Bengali writer Sharadindu Bandyopadhyay. The film stars Abir Chatterjee as the eponimous sleuth, while Ritwick Chakraborty will enact the role of his assistant Ajit Bandopadhyay and Sohini Sarkar will helm in the shoes of Satyabati. The teaser of the film was released on October 11, 2015. The trailer was launched on October 15, 2015. The film will be released on 18 December 2015.

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CAST: Abir Sengupta, Ritwick Chakraborty, Sohini Sarkar, Harsh Chhaya, Adil Hussain, Nusrat Jahan, Deepankar De, June Malia, Subrat Dutta, Shadab Kamal, Rachel White and others
DIRECTION: Arindam Sil
GENRE: Drama
DURATION: 2 hours

STORY: Pace and presentation are the two pillars the film stands on. The story virtually races through space and time, leaving not only Byomkesh, but even the audience breathless. And the camerawork adds to it, capturing the characters and the backdrops in perfect frames. 

REVIEW: Byomkesh (Abir), who visits Benaras with wife Satyabati (Sohini) and Ajit (Ritwick) at the invitation of inspector Purandhar Pandey (Harsh), ends up investigating the murder of zamindar Dipnarayan Singh (Adil). sar Har Byomkesh is a racy, well-made film that manages to build up on the central mystery quite nicely. Though taken from the Bible of Bengali detective lore -- the Byomkesh Bakshi canon -- Arindam Sil, to his credit, manages to put his stamp firmly on the franchise reboot. Har Har is quite the director's project, with no character getting undue importance. And this, in a film which is supposed to revolve around the feats of its famous, titular sleuth.

Pace and presentation are the two pillars the film stands on. The story virtually races through space and time, leaving not only Byomkesh, but even the audience breathless. And the camerawork adds to it, capturing the characters and the backdrops in perfect frames. Yes, there seem to be too many tight face shots, but we can ignore those by looking at the bigger picture. Moreover, the mujra sequence featuring Konineeca looks fantastic, given the riot of colours and opulence. If there's a flipside to this blistering pace, we somewhat miss the delicious unscrambling of the tangled threads, the high point of a Byomkesh whodunnit. The story moves at the speed of a hardcore American thriller -- more Frederick Forsyth than Saradindu Bandopadhyay.

Coming to performances, each actor holds their own. Abir makes Byomkesh look youthful and fiery, Ritwick brings out Ajit's wry, urbane sense of humour, while Sohini can't be better as a wife whose husband gets too busy investigating a crime during their honeymoon to even buy her a Benarasi sari! The trio have perfect on-screen chemistry that shines through in almost every shot, making it a pleasure to watch them. Among the others, Adil as the imperious zamindar and Subrat as the rough-and-ready admirer of Shakuntala (Nusat) have done their short bits perfectly. Nusrat, too, has done a good job as Shakuntala, the slain zamindar's suave and stolid-faced wife, around whom the mystery revolves. June, Dipankar De, Shadab and Rachel are also apt in their respective roles. Rachel manages to create just as much confusion around her character as the story requires. Indraadip Dasgupta as the zamindar's debauched brother raises a few laughs. The other surprise package is Soumyajit Majumdar, who fits snugly into the shoes of the crooked doctor. In the ensemble, Harsh Chhaya has to be the pick of the lot, getting his north Indian, high-caste police officer act as Purandar Pande just right. But the best part about the film is that no actor, not even Abir, can be branded a show-stealer. The cast is extremely balanced and so are their portrayals.

On the musical front, Bickram Ghosh's north Indian classical tunes go perfectly with the period and the setting. Listening to the different soundtracks is, in fact, an experience in its own right. The background score, too, adds to the mystery, waxing and waning with the audience's adrenaline.

Finally a word on the director. Arindam Sil has moved miles ahead since his last release, Ebar Shabor -- also a detective thriller -- wowed audiences last January. The craft has got better, the storytelling is smarter. He is in control of his medium, and after two detective flicks, there's only one milestone in this genre left to cross. For clues to the mystery, watch Arindam's delightful cameo at the end!

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