New Bengali Film Bitnoon Review and Premiere Pics; A Vibrant Mirror for the Married Ones


New Bengali Film Bitnoon Premiere Pics

Pati, patni aur woh!! This has been a common theme for many a Bollywood and Tollywood films made over the years. The topic is not only spicy but also socially relevant, with many a real life couples facing such problems in their married life. This has prompted director duo Sudeshna Roy and Abhijit Guha to come up with an engaging romantic comedy on this topic by the name “Bitnoon”.

Rahul and Mou is a happily married couple with a six year old son. Trouble arises in their marriage when their only child does not allow them the required privacy. Their attempts at keeping the child away fails and they crave for some time that can be spent together. It is at this juncture that Rahul meets Rusha. They develop a relationship which leads to hilarious and disastrous consequences. What happens next in the lives of Rusha, Rahul and Mou? The film answers the question well.

Director duo Sudeshna Roy and Abhijit Guha have proved time and again that they can weave great comedy stories. Their films are well told and have an element of reality in them (but they are all depicted under the garb of the comedy). In this New Kolkata Bengali film Bitnoon too, the director duo have taken up a very relevant topic and presented it to the audience in a very engaging and compelling manner. The thrills of the husband-wife after sending the child to their maternal uncle’s place and getting some time alone is a very real life representation of many married couples. While some may agree about the lack of privacy in their lives others may hide this issue. But the topicality of the issue cannot be ignored.

The director duo must also be credited for showcasing the entry of the third person in their domestic lives with a comic element and not using too much melodrama in the course of events. The final twist at the end of the film is also a good thought on the part of the director duo. There is never a boring moment in the film. The director duo packs in enough twists and turns to keep the audiences glued to their seats.

Acting by the lead consisting of Gargi Roy Chowdhury as Mou, Ritwick as Rahul and Sayoni Ghosh as Rusha have also much role to play in making the film so salty and tangy. As the wife and mother of the six year old, Gargi Roy Chowdhury is a delight to watch. She will remind many sitting in the audience of the chores that they have to undertake daily. The way she represents Mou is a pleasure to watch. Sayoni Ghosh as Rusha is charming and vivacious in her role. She will remind many of her character as the journalist in Kanamachi. She proves yet again that she is a natural when it comes to comedy sequences. Ritwick as the man torn between the two women strikes gold yet again. It is no wonder why he is considered as one of the most dependable actors. His expressions, his angst at not getting enough private time with his wife or his craving for Rusha- all are expressed wonderfully by Ritwick.

Raghab and Subhen’s music is a pleasure for the ears. They are soothing and will be on the playlist of audiences for quite some time.

Bitnoon may look like yet another romantic comedy. But the underlying truth, which is the reality of married life of many individuals, makes the film a treat to watch and at the same time relate with. There are chances that after watching the film you will start trying to steal some time away to make your partner happy and retain the flavor in your conjugal life.

Sholoana Bangaliana Rating- 3.5/5

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