Jyesthoputro Review & Rating
Jyesthoputro Review: The dynamics of relationships make the movie intriguing
Tollywood superstar Indrajit Gangopadhyay (Prosenjit Chatterjee) returns to his ancestral home after a long time after getting news of his father’s death. On returning home, he has to face his young brother Patho (Ritwick Chakraborty) who is annoyed with all the nuisances that followed Indrajit's stardom and which he believes is interfering his privacy in the mourning period. The film is about the conflicts between two personalities, two worlds, and two existences of a celebrity and an elder son of a family.
The audience often expects to get surprised by the film. However, Kaushik Ganguly's Jyesthoputro does nothing as such. The film deals with real and relatable emotions, mostly mundane ones and manages to impress the audience with its beautiful writing, smooth flow, and wonderful conversation. The film gradually leads the audience to a conflict between two brothers over the birthright to perform rituals after their father’s demise. Indrajit also questions the point of performing traditional ceremonies for their communist father. But, is he doing it with a genuine concern or to keep up with his liberal image, that's a question that will bug the audience all the time.
Director Kaushik Ganguly has successfully transformed the dynamics of the people in a family into a movie. He manages to focus on every character and relationships with equal importance. He has delivered a relationship drama that deals with complexities hidden in day to day common and normal and also explores the idea of the inevitable event called death but didn't miss the humor in it. Ganguly's film never gets over the top while dealing with raw emotions and dramatic moments between two brothers.
However, Jysthoputro turns out as a memorable journey due to the top-notch performances. Prosenjit Chatterjee was almost playing himself as a superstar. He added some gestures to establish the character. His performance as the elder son of the family is more challenging one and he passed it with flying marks. Ritwick Chakraborty is natural throughout.
One can understand Partho's annoyance, anger, and frustration just looking at his eyes or body language. The scene where he gulps down a few pegs before confronting his brother to give him an earful bears the sign of his brilliance as an actor. Sudipta Chakraborty stands out as their sister with a mental disorder.
- Performances by Prosenjit, Ritwick, and Sudipta
- The plot and the storytelling
- The real and relatable complexities between the siblings
- Technical glitches
- Minor mistakes here and there
Kaushik Ganguly has done a hattrick this year with his releases and to be honest, he has managed to impress for the third time with Jyesthoputro. The movie is a relationship drama that can keep you glued with not-so-thrilling but substantial elements. It is definitely worth a watch.
Pycker Rating: 3.5/5
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What is Jyesthoputro all about?
Kaushik Ganguly's Jysthoputro inspired by Rrituporno Ghosh's Anya Nayak revolves around two brothers from one family. The eldest one is a superstar while another one is an ordinary man from the suburb of Kolkata. The star returns to his home after his father's death. The story unfolds in the days of their father's funeral ceremony.
What to expect from Jyesthoputro?
Nothing less than superlative performance
Jysthoputro is the first film where we will see Prosenjit Chatterjee and Ritwick Chakraborty to share screen. No need to say that we are expecting excellent performances from two brilliant actors. Who steals the show from whom is the only thing the audience has in their mind right now. Not to forget Sudipta Chakraborty and Gargee Roy Chowdhury also plays pivotal roles in this film.
Kaushik Ganguly's magic
Kaushik Ganguly is delivering back to back masterpieces in recent time. We are yet to get over with the magnificent Nagarkirtan and adorable Bijaya. Therefore, the viewers are expecting one more gem from the award-winning filmmaker.
Enigmatic touch of Rituporno Ghosh
After a long time, the audience will get to witness the magic of Rituporno Ghosh's writing. Who doesn't know what an amazing writer the late filmmaker was? His fans will be waiting to get the feel of Rituporno's script which is the base of the movie. Kaushik Ganguly is an amazing storyteller. Jyesthoputro will combine the storytelling style of two maestros. Isn't it exciting?