Kolkata, January 1, 2010 (Calcutta Tube/IBNS): Tapur Tupur Bristi Pore is a 2010 Bengali Movie directed by Amit Ghosh starring newcomer AMI and BARSHA, read the complete film review at Calcutta Tube.
The key factor that attracts the attention of film-goers towards Bengali movie ‘Tapur Tupur Bristi Pore’ is of course the comic elements present in it.
The twist and turn love story marks the directorial debut of Amit Ghosh, featuring newcomers Ami and Barsha in the leads.
The film, released on Friday, also features actors like- Rajat Ganguly, Biswanath Basu, Haradhan Banerjee, Mita Chatterjee, Lama, Partha Sarathi Deb and others.
The simple story revolves around Neel (Ami) and Sobha (Barsha).
Neel is an engineering student living in a boys hostel in Kolkata, while Sobha stays next to the Neel’s hostel in a girl’s hostel.
Once Neel comes across Sobha and falls in love at first sight. After this the story moves around multiple twists and turns to ultimately emerge to the climax where both the families come in terms with each other and eventually lead to the final outcome.
The directorial debut of Amit Ghosh, though constructed on a very light-hearted note, lacks continuity in several portions of the film.
But the icing was Biswanath, Lama, Haradhan Banerjee who tried tickling the audiences’ funny bones with their screen presence.
Veteran actor, Haradhan Banerjee, portraying Neel’s grandfather, has tried washing his hands in comedy, which will surely entertain the audience to a greater extent.
However, the inadequate expressions and dialogue delivery by the lead actor Ami is a serious drawback of the film.