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Gorosthane Sabdhan  கொறொஸ்தானே சப்தான் வங்காளம் 2010 [எம்.ஜி.ஆர்.லோலோ]
[IMG]http://i55./**//**//**//**//**//**//**/.com/24c5b9s.jpg[/IMG] Sandip Ray’s new Feluda film is ‘new’ in more ways than that it is a new film. It is the first Feluda story that remains confined within the city of Kolkata. Relocated from its time setting to a contemporary context, it goes back again and again into past glimpses of a city that zeroes in on the huge graveyard of Park Street in general and the grave of one Thomas Godwin in particular that forms the core of the story. Feluda’s investigation into the mystery of the sudden digging up of Godwin’s grave is dictated by his own curiosity and not based on a commissioned job. Last but never the least, Gorosthane Sabdhan is not a thriller at all. Nor is it an action adventure. It blends some thrills, a bit of suspense and doses of action and adventure to take the audience on an entertaining trip through the city of Kolkata.
Satyajit Ray wrote this Feluda novel in 1977. Gorosthane Shabdhan is contemporarised to the present day without losing out on Ray’s basic story. Feluda (Prodosh Mitter), Ray’s Sherlock Holmes (Sabyasachi Chakraborty), his Watson Topshe (Shaheb Bhattacharya) and the popular mystery writer Lalmohan Ganguly (Bibhu Bhattacharya) follow a news story on television to arrive beside the grave of Thomas Godwin that was being dug up by miscreants and injured an ‘intruder’ in the process. Feluda decides to find out who vandalized the grave and why. This leads to the unfolding of one mystery after another, opening up a Pandora’s Box of family secrets – Thomas Godwin’s daughter’s diaries hidden in an ivory casket gifted to his descendant Marquis Godwin (Tinnu Anand); a slight switch in the initials of one Naren Biswas (Pradip Mukherjee) on his business card; a yellowed photograph of a batch of Presidency College alumni; a jade-studded snuff box; a dilapidated building on Ripon Street; the tomb of Job Charnock with the writing inscribed in Latin; the lavishly mounted, red-carpeted apartment of the shady clock collector Mahadev Choudhuri (Dhritiman Chatterjee) where 250 antique clocks chime together on the dot of six; old sketches of Lucknow and of the Nawab of Lucknow who was Godwin’s benefactor; an old Black-and-White portrait of Godwin’s great-great-grand-daughter who married a Hindu converted to Christianity and some more.
Gorosthane Sabdhan - Feluda Film
If one tries to read the film as an action-packed thriller, one will be disappointed. But if one reads the film as a window opening up a world encompassing the city of old and new seen through the acute eyes and powers of observation of the sharp, arrogant, caustic and sophisticated Feluda, then the film turns into enjoyable infotainment presented in small slices of life, characters, relationships and incidents, incidentally through events past and present, through people – good and bad, failures and successes, through small objects and big pictures and places rarely visited like the Park Street cemetery that holds the graves and obelisks of 2000 Englishmen and Anglo-Indians but that has not buried a dead body for many years. Released:10-12-2010 Cast:-Haradhan Banerjee, Sabyasachi Chakraborty, Dhritiman Chatterjee, Pradip Mukherjee, Tinnu Anand, Tamal Roychoudhury, Subhashish Mukherjee, Bibhu Chakraborty, Shaheb Bhattacharya And Many Other's...
Produced by:-Mou Roychoudhury
Music & screenplay & directed:Sandip Ray Technical Help's:-Nirojasi Credit:-Original Releaser
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