Ahaa Re Review & Rating
Ahaa Review: A love story stipped in the taste of Bengal
Farhaz Chowdhury (Arefin Shuvo), a chef from Dhaka, comes to Kolkata where he learns a lot from Basundhara Rituparna Sengupta) a homely woman who runs a home catering service to earn for her family. Gradually, their love, passion, and talent for cooking bring them together. Ahaa Re celebrates food and the care and emotions go in every dish made.
The film has a perfect casting. Bangladeshi actor Arifin put on a performance to love. He added freshness and sleekness to Farhaz 's character and looked genuine in every shot. His baritone, coupled with his impressive screen presence, makes him a delight to watch. He brings Farhaz to life in a smooth and natural way. Anubhab added some necessary light moments and laughter to the narrative and he did a nice job. Paran Bandopadhyay delivered an amazing performance one more time. But it is Rituparna whose mature performance as Basundhara stood out the most.
Ranjan Ghosh didn't disappoint this time. The filmmaker has carefully weaved the myths and histories behind the dishes, the difference between the culinary of East and West Bengal into a story of love, relationship, and emotions. The taste of two countries merges the hearts of two individual, Ghosh carried this intense yet magnificent plot beautifully. However, the length of the film could have been shorter.
The film is a lovely watch. You will be able to feel the flavors of the two countries through the movie. It is refreshing and thoroughly enjoyable.
- Everyone's performance
- The story
- Cooking and food-related stories
- the length of the film
Pycker Rating : 4/5
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