SAAT NO. SHANATAN SANYAL REVIEW: WHAT IT’S LIKE TO BE INVISIBLE

SAAT NO. SHANATAN SANYAL REVIEW: WHAT IT’S LIKE TO BE INVISIBLE

Cast: Kaushik Ganguly, Shilajit Majumdar, Saoli Chatterjee, Bibhash Chakraborty, and Saheb Bhattacharya, Debdut Ghosh, Music: Prasenjit Sengupta Editing: Sarmishtha Chakraborty Producers: Team Zee 5 Direction: Annapurna Basu Premiere date: July 7, 2019 Story: ‘Saat No. Shanatan Sanyal’ is a psychological thriller film. The story revolves around Shanatan Sanyal, a struggling perfume salesman, who visits seven clients who happen to be his namesakes. Things get complicated when all the other namesakes start disappearing. Artistes’ Performances: It becomes a difficult task for Kaushik Ganguly, Saoli Chatterjee, Saheb Bhattacharya to keep the audience engaged, due to its lack of production value. Shilajit Mazumdar may be the more handsome Shanatan Sanyal, but he fails to convince the audience why he is particularly more attractive and impressive than the rest of his namesakes. Direction: With her little means, Annapurna Basu has managed to keep us all engaged. Despite odd circumstances, she manages to delve into an interesting concept. Cinematography: There’s a maze hidden in every movement of the camera. The viewer needs to be more alert to enjoy the metaphorical aspect of the film. Music: The background scores failed to match with some of the situations of the script. Production standards: Low. Highlight(s): Kaushik Ganguly Drawback: The major drawback in this film was the production and inability to not let the identity of the killer be out anytime soon. Analysis: A good appearance, a sparkling personality are often a few things that make people want to take a look at us. But what happens, if you have neither. You either develop yourself or you make a different choice that will make you stand out. But the end may not be very pleasant. Annapurna Bose’s film delves into an excellent concept but fails to garner enough attention due to lack of good editing. Rating: 2.5/5


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