Film Review of Rainbow Jelly: Reasons Why You Must Not Miss Watching This Film



Director Soukarya Ghosal’s Rainbow Jelly is India’s first food fantasy film. The makers had to undergo much hardship to make the film and release it. Now that the film has released, we give you some solid reasons why you must not miss watching this film at the cinema halls this weekend. Read on..

Food fantasy film
This is India’s first food fantasy film and that is ample reason for many foodies to watch this film. Not many films in India are made revolving around food and this film will be a welcome break for the audience.

A film for children
In recent times, not many directors have put on their thinking caps on to make a film for the kids. This is one film which both the kids and even their parents can enjoy. With the summer vacation going on, this might be a good film to catch this weekend.

Mahabrata Basu as Ghoton
The 12 year old special kid who earlier used to study in a special school has now enrolled in a regular school. He is extremely passionate about acting and after doing a three month workshop, he got in the character of Ghoton. A special child playing the role of a marginalized IQ orphan boy is a rare thing in today’s film industry. And this film has Mahabrata as its lead character.

Apt music for the film
The music of the children’s film has been composed by Nabarun Bose. The music is apt and helps in carrying forward the narrative of the film.

Great supporting cast
Kaushik Sen, Sreelekha Mitra, Anumegha Banerjee, Shantilal Mukherjee and others help in solidifying the acting in this film. With such an experienced ensemble cast, it is rare that something will go wrong in the acting department.

With so many positive points, Rainbow Jelly must feature on your to do things this weekend!!

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