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Banshiwala  (2010 - Bengali)

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  • Anupam Prasad

    One of Das's Finest

    Banshiwala rating: 9 out of 10

    By Anupam Prasad(24 Nov 2010)

    Anjan Das seems to be an expert when it comes to convert a literary piece into celluloid's poetry. He created cinematic poetry with Jara Brishtite Bhijechilo. And now, it's Banshiwala.
    Penned by Shirshendu Mukhopadhyay originally, the screenplay has been written by Das himself. The story revolves around Mridul and his his childhood friend Nipa. Though a bit unconvincing at times, Shayan has portrayed the character of Mridul extremely well. The slow pace of the film goes well with the mood and the character begins to grow in the audience's mind. The seemingly useless ... » read more

  • Aditya Chakrabarty

    Why Anjanda why?

    Banshiwala rating: 4 out of 10

    By Aditya Chakrabarty(20 Nov 2010)

    ‘Banshiwala’, the film is based on a novel by Shirshendu Mukhopadhay and it has been directed by Anjan Das, acclaimed filmmaker who has directed many memorable films in the past.

    Banshiwala or the ‘Flautist’ is actually about a young man’s passion to play his flute and reawaken his memories of his childhood when he comes back from London after being unsuccessful in finding a job.
    Mridul a young man comes back to his ancestral home, from abroad after 10 long years.

    The last 10 years had been very unfortunate for him as he could barely make two ends ... » read more

  • Chandi Mukherjee

    Good Job...

    Banshiwala rating: 6 out of 10

    By Chandi Mukherjee (23 Nov 2010)

    After “Achin Pakhi”, Banshiwala is the second release of director Anjan Das this year. Though his another film “Bedeni” is also complete, but possibly this won’t release this year. So in a single year Anjan has made hurriedly three quick films. This hurry is clearly evident in his both the films this year.
    “Banshiwala” is adopted from Sirshendu Mukhopadhyay’s novel. During adoption any film maker has every right to change accordingly. Das has also changed quite a lot. But this change gets the film more difficult. Except the character of silent admirer of Lakshmi (Indrani ... » read more

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