Swadhin Chandra Patel
The first half of the film serves as an idyllic calm before the storm, showcasing the quietude that precedes chaos. But as the floodwaters rise, the screen transforms into a terrifying spectacle of horror.
Fishermen embark on daring rescue missions and locals unite to offer aid in a display of unparalleled solidarity.
The cinematography is nothing short of breathtaking, capturing the magnitude and consequences of the floods with astonishing precision.
Each individual is imbued with a compelling backstory, their lives intricately interwoven until their paths converge in a remarkable climax. The film's music and background score are a tour de force, effectively drawing the audience further into the scenes and intensifying their emotional connection.