KORI DIYE KINLAM PDF

The film is directed by Biresh Chattopadhyay. The film Kari Diye Kinlam is set in the backdrop of preindependent India. People of Bengal specially the men were preparing themselves into perfect human beings, free from all possible prejudices. They were not to be purchased or influenced by money. This film has subject matter from the s till the middle of s. Empowered with strong beliefs this film reaches out to one and all in getting the message across loud and clear.

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Well, it results in a cinematic classic as well! I have always been a big fan of Biresh Chatterjee. The biggest challenge that laid in front of the director was recreating the ambiance of pre-independent Calcutta; and that is something which Chatterjee has crafted masterfully.

Very few scenes are shot on real locations which is quite understandable. But the artificial sets possess a wonderful old-world feel which keeps the audiences enchanted. Backed by good production values and suitable costumes the film brings to life vintage old Kolkata. Clearly made on a large-scale, the film even incorporates some visuals of New Delhi which is something extremely rare for those days!

Having recreated the period-feel with aplomb, the rest of the job is done by the script which is a complete tear-jerker. Barring his initial couple of films, Chatterjee has always had a penchant for extremely fast-paced narratives. Here too he produces a tight, exhilarating screenplay which is minutely detailed with incredible twists and turns. The novel itself is a masterpiece and the adaptation also succeeds in packing a solid emotional punch.

The film essentially revolves around Aparna Sen, Tapas Pal and Moushumi Chatterjee and Sen as always, leads the way with a top-class performance. Although Tapas Pal plays the main lead Dipu, his character is merely a witness to all the surrounding action and never plays an active part. Die-hard Tapas fans might be disappointed with the reduced influence of his character; but this was a time when Pal was still good-looking and he puts in a measured performance in one of the most memorable roles of his career.

Moushumi also looks good and her chemistry with Tapas is quite sweet, unlike some of the later films they have done together. But the true revelations of the film are Haradhan Banerjee and Supriya Devi who surprise in their never-seen-before negative avatars. The remaining cast comprising of Arjun Chakraborty, Madhabi Mukherjee, Utpal Dutt, etc do full justice to their roles with only Kali Banerjee sticking out with his over-the-top histrionics.

One of the biggest flaws in the film involves his character who is shown to be almost visually impaired initially, but is shown later on reading the palm lines of Aparna Sen! There are quite a few other flaws as well; but no director barring Tarun Majumder could claim to be a sound technician in that decade. The other high-point of the film has to be its music.

Background music has always been a strong-point in every Biresh Chatterjee movie and here too the tunes form a heady concoction with the narrative.

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Worth Every Penny! Well, it results in a cinematic classic as well! I have always been a big fan of Biresh Chatterjee. The biggest challenge that laid in front of the director was recreating the ambiance of pre-independent Calcutta; and that is something which Chatterjee has crafted masterfully. Very few scenes are shot on real locations which is quite understandable. But the artificial sets possess a wonderful old-world feel which keeps the audiences enchanted. Backed by good production values and suitable costumes the film brings to life vintage old Kolkata.

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