Guha Manab - The Caveman Review & Rating|
Guha Manab' penned by Shirshendu Mukhopadhyay is not an ordinary love story. It deals with deeper human psychology. Director Paromita Munshi opted for this film in her first attempt to the direction which needs guts and she deserves some appreciation for the same. However, things didn't shape up properly.
Then again, continuity takes a beating in several scenes, especially the last one, when the colonel gets off a car wearing white sneakers and leaves behind a pair of black Oxfords on the beach. We can’t call the performances bad, as all actors have done justice to their roles. It’s just that the story is so convoluted that all their efforts come to naught. This is not a film worth the time and money.
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What is it about?
A simple story of a middle aged retired army man, Batakrishna Roy who looses his wife a few months back. To honor her last wish, he gets his young son (an IPS officer) married off in a hurry to a homely girl, Pinky. With son occupied in rigorous office chores, Pinky dreams of a Guha Manab whom she later realizes to understand who the person is. What happens next forms the rest of this intriguing story?
What to expect?
- The story
The film is the screen adaptation of Shirshendu Mukhopadhyay’s story by the same name which is set up in comtemporary Bengal and characters. The story deals with human emotions which might have not been touched upon earlier and could be bold in a way going against societal norms.
- The cast
With seasoned actors like Chiranjeet Chakaborty, Pallavi Chatterjee, Kanchana Moitra, Neel Mukherjee and Nandini Chatterjee forming the main cast, the film is bound to hold your attention with excellent perfomances.
- The writing & direction
Writer and director Paramita Munsi apt way of handling sensitive human emotional issues and bringing them alive on the screen will be a determining factor in the proceedings. Though she might be making her directorial debut but going by the trailer, the film makes for an intriguing watch.
- The music
Kabir Suman’s melodies have already caught the fancy of music and cinema lovers. The tracks give all the more reason for this social drama to become the flavor of the season after his much popular ‘Tomake Chai’ which had a great impact on the listeners.