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Gaj Ukiler Hatya Rahasya  (2010 - Bengali)

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Gaj Ukiler Hatya Rahasya cumulative rating: 2.5 out of 52.5/5 (1 users)

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  • A Very Interesting Story Indeed!

    Gaj Ukiler Hatya Rahasya rating: 5 out of 10(Aditya Chakrabarty wrote on 27 Jan 2010)

    This is a very nice children’s film about mistaken identity reg the mystery of Gajapati a lawyer and a miser who dies accidentally. His friend Gupi discovers his gamcha missing and thinks that he will be framed for his friend’s death so he takes his belongings and flees to Burdwan where a couple of pickpockets follow all the way from his locality thinking Gupi to be the murderer. Meanwhile Gajapati wakes up from the ‘dead’ and goes back to his locality and later to his village, but everyone thinks him to be a ghost and runs away at the mere sight of him.Gajapati meets Gupi and the pickpockets and decide to tell the tell the truth to everyone. They come back to Kolkata with Gaja’s family and Ganapati’s (Gaja’s twin brother) family and ask everyone including the police to gather at Gajapati’s house one day. It is then known that he had accidentally tied a knot with a gamcha around his neck and everyone including the cops had thought him to be dead and sent him to the morgue.

    Though the initial story regarding which the film is centered might seem a little good to be true, however in the later part because of the way in which it has been made.Arun Banerjee (Gajapati/Ganapati) and Biplab Chatterjee (Gupi) has come up with quite compelling performances along with the performances of Debaranjan Nag and Pradip Dhar as the two pickpockets and that is what makes the film more interesting. At no point of time does it not lose the attention of the viewers and the script keeps with the pace at which it is required to keep the audience glued to the screen. The film has been produced by the Chidananda Film Society and is based on a story by Ashapurna Devi.

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