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Krishna  (2009 - Bengali)

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Krishna cumulative rating: 2.4 out of 52.4/5 (22 users)

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  • Krishna rating: 2 out of 10(Chandi Mukherjee wrote on 12 Dec 2009)

    The entire story of the film “Krishna” directed by Sekhar Roy is happening at Chandigram (not Nandigram!!) and Chingur (not Singur!!) where the villain is a political person named Raam Seth (not Lakshman Seth!!) whose annual cultural fiesta is “Bandar Utsav” (not Haldia Utsav!!!) who is forcibly making a land bank for industry and whose opponent is “Didi”, dressed exactly like original. Even the lyrics of a song of the song consists of the famous “Maa Maati Manush”. And even after that a television channel is backing Didi’s fight against Raam Seth. Thank god the channel’s name in the film is not spoofed like Chandigram, Chingur or Raam Seth. Oh, I forgot to mention that there is also a reference of “Paribartan” in the film.
    Amidst this there is a honest police officer (Tapas Paul) and his wife (Indrani Dutta) and officer’s father (Mrinal Mukherjee) who though runs a television channel also acts as a videographer shooting activities of Raam Seth and Didi at Chandigram.
    But you will be mistaken if you think “Krishna” is only about the recent political situation in the state. It is about romance and revenge also. This dual responsibility is borne by Krishna (Raaj). Krishna is the younger bother of Tapas Paul, who dances in the disco exactly like Dev in “Challenge” in the song “Vajo Gourango”. The lyrics is also in the same line – “Radha Radha Bole Krishna Disco Thek-e Nache…!”
    Krishna’s love interest is Jyoti (Oindrilla) daughter of a rich businessman Biplab Chattopadhyay, who opposes Jyoti-Ktishna affair.
    Tapas Paul was murdered by Raam Seth and his associates because Tapas Paul was ready to handover “Didi” the file consisting documents of Raam Seth’s misdeeds in Chandigram and Chingur.
    At the end Krishna takes revenge killing the bad cops, the bad doctors, the bad goons but when he was about to kill Raam Seth, one of the good cops, Biplab Chattopadhyay prevents him and requests him not to take “kanoon” in his own hand. And there ends the two hour long “Paribartan” film.
    There is no problem with “Paribartan” film but if it is not a film at all, what purpose it would serve? Because people would reject it as a film.

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