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Aainaate  (2008 - Bengali)

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  • Aainaate rating: 0 out of 10(Chandi Mukherjee wrote on 27 Nov 2008)

    Dulal Dutta’s new film Aainate is released recently. During an earlier chat Dulal Dey expressed his feeling about this film. He wanted to convey a message to the society.
    Now after seeing the film I would like to ask him what message he want to convey to which society?

    The story revolves around two women. One is the photo journalist and other is the high profile socialite. Malini (Rituparna Sengupta) the photo journalist has a strange fascination for dead faces. This fascination is very absurd for a professional photo journalist, as no print media would be interested to publish these pictures.

    Any way, this fascination of hers reached to such an height the her name has become attached with dead bodies photographs.

    The other woman is Urmila Sanyal (Rati Agnihotri) a middle age high profile socialite, who works for the upliftment of the downtrodden women. Her dedication and courageous encounters with high profile corrupt authority made her the talk of the town. Malini’s editor asks her to shoot this high profile socialite Urmila. This is the beginning of the actual story as after their first encounter various hidden aspects of Urmila’s life being unfolded to the journalist. Both Rituparna and Rati have tried hard to depict the absurdities of both the characters written himself by the director. In both of their lives there are two main characters. One is Firdaus and the other is Dipankar Dey.

    Again to highlight women of oppression director has malished the male characters. Music has an important role in this film. Joydeb Sen has rendered the music. Ahin Bose is the cinematographer, but he had nothing to do.

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