Mullick Bari (2009) Bengali Film Review-Ratings-Trailer
Mullick Bari (also spelled as Mallick Bari) is a 2009 Bengali Film directed by Anirban Chakraborty & P. J. Joseph starring Supriya Devi, Sabyasachi Chakraborty, Rittik Chakraborty, Rimjhim Mitra, Pallavi Chatterjee, Kanchan Mallick, Rishi Kaushik, Paoli Dam and others. Check out the latest Bengali Movie review of Mullick Bari at CalcuttaTube.
Released on : 17 July 2009
Language/Type : Bengali /U/A
Casting : Supriya Devi, Sabyasachi Chakraborty, Rittik Chakraborty, Rimjhim Mitra, Pallavi Chatterjee, Kanchan Mallick, Rishi Kaushik, Paoli Dam.
Directed by : Anirban Chakraborty & P. J. Joseph
Music Director : Chandan Roychowdhury & Riju Roy
Producer : Sanjoy Kr. Dutta
Mullick Bari Film Facts
- First Commertial Film by an Film Institute in Eastern India – Chitrabani Film Institute.
- A comedy film (reported to be a reminder film to Hrishikesh Mukherjee)
Supriya Debi is the landlady of the Mullick Family Home. Some tenents come to stay and then some of them fall in love!
Mullick Bari-New Bengali Movie review by CT contributor Kanishka
“Mallick bari” is a movie revolving around the occupants of a house.The Landlady is Supriya Devi.Among the occupants are Bratyo (Biswanath), Rudra (Kanchan), Ritwick. Each character in this movie has a story to tell and the tales are meant to be different and contemporary. We have a couple Anindya and Mouli.
There are too many characters, too many subplots; an attempt to make it a Mixed bag of horror, thriller, comedy, romance .But despite everything, there is frankly nothing that interests you. The characters have not been properly established. The genre of the film is not clear and the director seems confused himself regarding the approach to the movie. The songs are unnecessary; actors are never provided the scope to act with those small roles. Supriya Devi, Sabyasachi,Paoli are the ones who succeed in leaving some impression.
The idea was there, so was an ensemble cast, but this movie needed a much better storyline and direction in the first place. With subdued promotion and lack of big stars, this movie has no chance to succeed.
Mullick Bari Movie Rating: 0.5/5 by Kanishka