Sandip Ray has been able to recreate the Feluda magic in his own characteristic narrative way and though not as good as his father, he pulls it off convincingly. Sabyasachi looks slight aged for Feluda, but he too manages to hide the flaws with his superb acting skills and amazing physical fitness. In keeping with the present times, I feel it was clever of the director to show mobile phones and even CCD. Bibhu as Jatayu is slowly mastering the art and has created a Jatayu quite different from that of Santosh Dutta. Infact it would unfair to compare the 2 as the former does manage to evoke laughter with his antics. Parambrata as Topshe does his bit. Tota however, does manage to catch attention. The villian could have been just a little more shrewd looking. The scenes in Hong Kong have been well shot indeed and are worth applauding. It is one of those few movies where the absence of a female character does not interrupt the story-telling. Besides the story, what caught my attention was the director's attempt to capture Hong Kong and present it before us as part of the film. The market scenes, the roads, the restaurant sequence provided respite at points just when the plot started getting serious. This balance allowed us to enjoy the movie all the more. Certainly the best Feluda movie by Ray junior till date.