Bengali Review

Feludar Goyendagiri Review: Feels Like Robbery In Daylight

Srijit Mukherji’s web series, on Hoichoi, lacks basic competence

Pett Kata Shaw Is An Impressive Modern-Day Retelling Of Old Bengali Horror

Streaming on Chorki, Nuhash Humayun’s four episode anthology series is greater than the sum of its parts

Aparajito Is A Cosmetic, Banal Film About The Making Of A Masterpiece

The failings of Anik Dutta’s film might be rooted in its lack of purpose, and desperate urge to pander.

Abhijaan Review: Soumitra Chatterjee Anchors This Affecting, If Surface-Level, Biographical Film

Parambrata Chatterjee’s film finds the late, great actor at his most vulnerable.

Kakababur Protyaborton Review: African Suffering

Kakababu goes to Kenya in Srijit Mukherji’s new instalment of the action-adventure franchise, streaming on Hoichoi

Tiktiki is a Waste of its Source Material – and the Potential of Two Terrific Performers

The Hoichoi series stars Kaushik Ganguly and Anirban Bhattacharya.

Time Loop Twist Can’t Save Time Up

Where the device should have been a means to dig deeper into the issue it’s trying to talk about, it…

Byadh is an Effective Blend of Familiarity and Strangeness

Abhirup Ghosh’s web series, on Hoichoi, finds two cops on an unusual case.

Bony, Streaming On HoiChoi, is a Bland Rendering of a Bonkers Story

Parambrata Chatterjee’s film is based on Shirshendu Mukhopadhyay’s sci-fi thriller.

Shaaticup review: Bangladesh Underground

Mohammad Touqir Islam’s web series, streaming on Chorki, is a regional crime caper with stylistic swagger.

Gora Piggybacks on the Glorious, Messy Casualness of Ritwick Chakraborty

The Hoichoi series expects to get away with its shoddiness by having the actor in a role that needs him…

Golondaaj on Hoichoi Turns A Great Real Life Story into a Preposterous Movie

The film's persistent reminders of Lagaan doesn’t help its case.