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Mitin Mashi Review: Koel Mallick as Mitin steals the show
Suchitra Bhattacharya's Mitin Mashi gets a screen adaptation. A Parsi couple (played by Vinay Pathak and June Malia) appoint Pragya Paromita, fondly called Mitin (Koel Mallick), to find their eight-year-old son who has been kidnapped. Now, Mitin must use his intelligence, observation, and intuition to solve the case and save the child.
Mitin Mashi has engaging and interesting. There was lots of excitement about the first female sleuth in the Bengali cinema. It is a pretty good effort. The film starts with plenty of potentials but in the middle, the thrill somewhere goes missing. Mitin's lectures on feminism look preachy and pretentious. She wears saree when she needs to think but wears jeans every time there is an action scene. As if Mitin has a premonition about the upcoming action sequence.
Mitin’s fight sequences are quite intriguing. Koel Mallick has carried away the action sequences like a pro. She is definitely the show-stealer in the show. Koel just gave her best in her portrayal of a homemaker cum detective.
Subhrajit Dutta, as Koel’s on-screen husband Partho was the best choice for the role. Riya Banik, as Mitin’s niece cum loyal side-kick Tupur, also did her part well. Vinay Pathak as Parsi businessman and Mitin's client played his part with credibility.
Overall, it is not a bone-chilling thriller but the film is a good watch during the festive season, thrilling, entertaining, and enjoyable.
- Koel Mallick
- The action sequences
- The supporting cast
- Smart execution
- Preachy and pretentious in places
- lack of thrill
Pycker Rating: 3/5
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