In the publicity poster it is announced that “Bishh” is “ekta kada Bangla Cinema”. “Kada” means high-dose. Yes, “Bishh” is a high dose nonsense. This is Q’s first film. ‘Q’ comes from Quashik what is actually Kaushik.
This is story of three modern women of this city. Bee (Rituparna Sen), Anushka (Tina) and Soumi (Mallika Mazumdar). They were college buddies. They met in a café after 6years. They found that they all are cheated by men. So they take revenge against men and earn money by becoming man for just one night. Bee decides to squeeze money from flesh loving men. She started rendezvous with males with different age and “size” for the whole night.
Anushka went to a bar to catch men but not interrupted by a whore who thought Anushka as her competitor. Ultimately Anushka and the whore found on each other’s lips.
Soumi in search of a male roamed almost half of the city in a cab. Ultimately tried to catch the cabbie but failed.
The night didn’t end but the story ended. Catchy ad-like bright coloured frames by cinematographer Sunil and flash-cut by editor Nikon didn’t help Q to justify his first attempt a cinema.
Both the screenplay and the dialogue are awful. Bold dialogue need bold platform. Q should know this before jumping into another ‘kada’ cinema. The acting of Rituparna is good. Both Tina and Mallika seemed that they don’t know what to do. Joyraj as the cabbie is theatrical. But in a brief appearance Kamalika as the whore housekeeper is brilliant.
Music is as bad as the cinema itself.