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Hello Kolkata  (2008 - Bengali)

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  • Nisha Sen

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    By Nisha Sen(16 Feb 2009)

    shurutei amar akta proshno: naam ta "hello Kolkata" kano ?? er significance ki ? ami mone kori.. movie title er cinema tir sathe akta significance thakaa uchit.. seta pelaam na..
    cinema ta amake baar baar 'Salaam-e-Ishq' hindi movie taar kathao mone koriye dichhilo jekhane prem ebong relationship er complexities niyei director chhobi ti toiri korechen---
    ebar aashi je movie ta goto kaal raate dekhlaam.. aaj kal akta notun trend hoyeche- kichu pseudo-intellectual bangla boi toiri koraa.. jeta te aantel director er naam ba bollywood style er promo ba trailer ee ... » read more

  • Chandi Mukherjee

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    By Chandi Mukherjee

    Manoj Michigan is another debutant director in the Bengali Film Industry. His “Hello Kolkata” is recently released in Nandan prior to its release in a regular chain.

    This two hour plus film deals with four different couples of Kolkata, how they cope with their personal problems. One may earlier compare this film with Anurag Basu’s “Life in a Metro”.

    The four couples are Raima (Swastika Mukherjee) and Pratik (Amitabha Bhattacharya); Partha (Sudip Mukherjee) and Shiela (Sreelekha Mitra); Anjali (Maitreyee Mitra) and Rahul (Indrajit); and the forth couple ... » read more

  • Rupsa Gupta

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    By Rupsa Gupta(18 Aug 2008)

    What we can see in “Hello Kolkata” we had seen it before in Anurag Basu’s “Life in a Metro”. But yes it’s not exactly a copy. It’s not a movie dealing with extra marital relation or one sided love, or any kind of long speeches on love and relationship. In this movie director Manoj Michigan has dealt with very regular problems of man’s life. The characters are so common in real life that the audience can relate themselves with the characters. The director has paid equal attention for each story and actor. All the songs beautifully fits into the situation and reflects the ... » read more

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