Bijoya Review & Rating
Kaushik Ganguly's Bishorjon managed to bag the National Award and win over the audience as well as the box-office. No wonder being its sequel, Bijoya needs to deal with huge expectations. Is it as good as Bishorjon? If this question is bothering you, then the answer is yes and no. The film is weaker than its first installment, however, it still has a heartwarming story and a nice watch.
The film starts where the last film has ended. Ganesh Mondol (Kaushik Ganguly) has managed to get married to Padma (Jaya Ahsan). Six years have passed and Ganesh is now a patient of heart disease. Padma along with her son and husband visited Kolkata for the treatment. In a private hospital, Padma meets Nasir Ali (Abir Chatterjee) again, whom her heart is secretly looking for.
Nasir has left his petty criminal works and now works in the hospital. Doctors confirm Ganesh won't live long. Jaya, Ganesh, and their son Montu started to live in Nasir's small house. The ending this time also has a twist to surprise the audience. However, the film lacks the intensity of Bishorjon. The passionate yet melancholy set up of Bishorjon that bloomed inside the hut of Padma, we don't see such moments in Bijoya.
In acting, Kaushik Ganguly again stole the show. Jaya Ahsan too made her presence noticed. Abir Chatterjee has not much to do still his contribution was just apt in the movie. Music has reminded us of Kalikaprasad one more time. Each song sounds melodious and perfectly complement the film. Camera work is nice but the audience will miss the beauty of the village which melted our hearts in Bishorjon.
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What is Bijoya all about?
Bijoya is a sequel of Kaushik Ganguly's superhit film Bishorjon. The movie starring Abir Chatterjee, Jaya Ahsan, and Kaushik Ganguly will take Nasir Ali, Padma, and Ganesh Mandal's story ahead. This time, the story is set at the backdrop of Kolkata.
What is to expect from Bijoya?
A soulful story
Kaushik Ganguly is known for narrating amazing stories through his movies. Bishorjon was no exception. The cross-border love story that bloomed between a Bangladeshi widow Padma and an Indian Muslim man Nasir Ali won our hearts. The expectation is, in Bijoya their story will be taken forward beautifully.
Bishorjon saw Jaya Ahsan, Abir, and Kaushik Ganguly's amazing performances. Hopefully, Bijoya won't be an exception. Three characters, who are already loved, will appear in a different stage of their lives. Abir, Jaya, and Kaushik Ganguly have raised our expectation.
Bijoya has some beautiful music composed by Indraadip Dasgupta. It has also soulful tracks by late legendary Kalikaprasad and Dohar.
Kaushik Ganguly is an ace director. The audience will head towards the theatre to watch yet another masterpiece from him.