New Bengali Film Review: Yeti Obhijaan; ‘Engaging First Half But Slow Second Half’, Say Viewers


Video:Viewer’s Review Srijit Mukherji’s Yeti Obhijaan

Srijit Mukherji’s grand Puja release, Yeti Obhijaan, sequel to Mishawr Rawhoshyo had already become the talk of the town way before its release. And, why not? When its Srijit Mukherji telling the tale and Prosenjit Chatterjee and Aryann Bhowmik playing Kakababu and Santu, a block buster becomes an obvious expectation.

The film is an adaptation of Pahar Churaye Aatonko from the Bengali adventure series Kakababu by the noted Bengali author Sunil Gangopadhyay.

So, has the film really been able to meet the expectations that the audience had? Well, to get the answer we spoke with a few viewers who were more than willing to give their candid opinion on the film.

So, here’s what Sayantan and Pallavi Roy had to say.

“I quite liked the journey to the mountains, but found the second half slow and dragging in many parts”, said Sayantan. He especially pointed out the parts where Santu is seen running into the cave and the men following him. Also, Sayantan felt that ‘Yeti Obhijaan’ was not really an apt title for the film as the presence of Yeti was in bits and parts and that was not what he had expected. Pallavi however was highly disappointed from the beginning of the film till the end. She found no similarity with the story that she had read. She however found the film better than Mishawr Rawhoshyo.

So, here’s a glimpse of what two passionate Bengali film buffs had to say about Srijit’s new venture Yeti Obhijaan.

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