Amazon Obhijaan Review & Rating|
Amazon Obhijaan, the second part of Chander Pahar directed by Kamaleswar Mukherjee revolves around the discovery of the El Dorado, the City of Gold. Anna Florian (Svetlana Gulakova), an Italian anthropologist comes to meet Shankar (Dev). Anna seeks Shankar's help. Her father Marco stays depressed since he failed in his expedition. So, now Shankar has to convince Marco and set out on a new adventure. On the mission, Shankar and his friends came across many wild animals and challenging situations in the jungle of Amazon. So, how was the movie? What the critics have to say about the movie? Find out here.
The best part of the movie is an awesome background score. The picturisation and the editing were commendable as well. Along with the narration, it kept the audience glued to the screen throughout the film. The actors are convincing and complement each other perfectly as a team. Although Amazon Obhijaan is impressive overall, sometimes it feels a bit too dragged at times. Also, there is a room for improvement in its animation.
Kamaleswar Mukherjee's Amazon Obhijaan, an adventure story revolving Bibhutibhushan Bandyopadhyay's Shankar doesn't disappoint the audience. It wonderfully explores the jungle of Amazon and a decent CGI completes the movie. The story is quite impressive that touches the colonial history of Brazil. However, A sub-title should have been added in a film with 80% English dialogues. The camera of Soumik Haldar demands a special mention. The background score is commendable. The foreign actors did a good job but Dev looked a bit stiff in some places.
Dev has matured as an actor and did a decent job as Shankar, however, Svetlana Gulakova and Devid James did a splendid job as his fellow adventurers. The film sometimes suffers from the discontinuity. Anyway, Debojyoti Mishra's music and Ravi Ranjan's editing covers it up. The animation is good at places and ridiculous in some places.Dev has matured as an actor and did a decent job as Shankar, however, Svetlana Gulakova and Devid James did a splendid job as his fellow adventurers. The film sometimes suffers from the discontinuity. Anyway, Debojyoti Mishra's music and Ravi Ranjan's editing covers it up. The animation is good at places and ridiculous in some places.
Amazon Obhijaan Critic Reviews
Amazon Obhijaan User Reviews
What a film. ! Just awesome. Can't even imagine a Bengali movie like this.
Just awesome! No words to explain how much I loved this one. A fully thrilling and life time experience!
This is proud time of Bengali cinema.just mind blowing performance all...
This fan is already excited watching the biggest adventure film made in Bengal.
A fan of Bengali movie with content must watch the movie, says this viewer.
The film has a gripping plot and an excellent execution makes it even better
What is the film about?
Amazon Obhijaan is the second film of 'Chander Pahar' franchise which will take Shankar's story forward. The movie starts when Shankar sets for another expedition - this time the adventurous soul explores the impassable rainforest of Amazon in the search of El Dorado along with two fellow adventurers.
What to Expect from the movie?
- A thrilling plot
Being an adventure movie, the plot of the film will be the biggest attraction of it. Kamaleswar Mukherjee, the director has penned the story which has already been published as a graphic novel. Those who have already read it know the story and will be looking forward to how the plot unfolds on the screen. Others will be expecting to be surprised.
- Dev as a marvelous Shankar
The majority of the audience accepted Dev and Shankar and appreciated his work in Chander Pahar. The possibility is they might like him more in the second installment. However, last time Dev was criticized for his Bengali accept. Now experienced Dev may end all criticism this time.
- Beautiful and never-seen-before location
Amazon as a location has hardly been explored. In fact, no Indian movie has ever reached in the jungle of Amazon. The audience will be eager to have a glimpse of this place known for its adverse and challenging condition for the first time on the big screen. No wonder the place itself will add character to the film.