Ray Movie Review and Spoilers - Forget Me not, Bahrupiya, Hungama hain Kyun Barpa, Spotlight, About Satyajit Ray

Ray Movie Review and Spoilers - Forget Me not, Bahrupiya, Hungama hain Kyun Barpa, Spotlight, About Satyajit Ray


Ray Movie Review and Spoilers - Forget Me not, Bahrupiya, Hungama hain Kyun Barpa, Spotlight, About Satyajit Ray

Ray (2021)

Ray Movie Review and Spoilers - Forget Me not, Bahrupiya, Hungama hain Kyun Barpa, Spotlight, About Satyajit Ray
Ray Movie Review and Spoilers - Forget Me not, Bahrupiya, Hungama hain Kyun Barpa, Spotlight, About Satyajit Ray

Series of four short films

Directors:- Srijit Mukherjee, Abhishek Chaubey, Vasan Bala

Streaming platform:- Netflix 

World-renowned film director Satyajit Ray is a Bengali and the pride of the whole of India! The legendary man is equally admired for his literary work. But on closer inspection, one of his short stories introduces us not only to the story but also to one aspect of the human character. In fact, there is no difference at all between the treasure trove of Ray's short stories and the chest full of precious gems and diamonds! "Ray" courtesy of Netflix on its centenary.

First story: Forget Me not (based on Bipin Chowdhury's amnesia)
Director: Srijit Mukherjee

We all know Bipin Chowdhury's story. We also know how bad Bipin Chowdhury was or how much he was punished for his sins. Srijit Babu has painted Bipin Babu in a more dark shade by keeping the style of the story. Bipin of the story is a coveted Ramanayar here, a very ambitious one. A young man who has never learned to look back on the path of life. The main goal of his life was to climb higher and higher with firm steps. A black cloud suddenly gathers in the life of a Mumbai-based business tycoon like Bipin Chowdhury. A special chapter of his life diary Will he gets back his memory or will he lose the title "The man with a computer brain" given to his colleagues?

A psychological thriller with a Terrific twist is the type of genre we like these days. Many years ago today, Mr. Roy wrote this story with exactly the same elements. not "! Mumbai's fast-paced life is accompanied by a short 1-hour screenplay of Ipsit's growing and ambitious film. But Ali Fazal in the role of Steeler Ipsit in this film show!

There are lots of 'F' words on his face. There is a gap where the wife has to be caring for the child which gradually turns into a solid concrete wall, Ali has portrayed that journey in a short-range in a beautiful way. I will not say the last. And, because we know what happened to Bipin Babu. What happened to Epsit? Like Bipin Babu, did he cut his throat a little bit or is he waiting for some other serious ending? If you want to know, you have to see "Forget Me not". ..Shweta Basu Prasad in a short-range as a side character is more than just an important character, Anindita Bose, a Bengali girl who has become a regular face in the recent Pan India web series!

Second story: Bahrupiya (based on polymorphic)
Director: Srijit Mukherjee

Mukherjee, who is very close to our Bengalis, has directed the first two stories in this "Ray" series, both of which are his favorite genre thrillers! But those who have read the multi-faceted gossip will be able to understand the matter. Who remembers Nikunj Saha? Indrashis Saha of this story, a passionate makeup artist. It makes you think you are stronger than God !!

But what happens in the end? The Tantric of Tarapith is here, Pir Baba of Kolkata. His oral dialogue conveys the main essence of this story ... It's tenser than the previous story of this story. And when the main content of prosthetic make-up is not wanted, the creation of the previous creation is compared with "Vinchida".

Whatever it is, the two main highlights of this film are, firstly, KK Menon's outstanding performance and our proud presence of Tilottama Kolkata on the screen in the Pan India web series! The bed scenes are very small and insignificant. However, Divyendu Bhattacharya has just played the role of Pir Baba very well.

In my opinion, "Bahurupiya" will be ahead of the two creations of Babu created altogether! However, there is a flaw at the end of this story that those who have read the story can catch. Otaku excluded work is commendable!

Story 3: Hungama hain Kyun Barpa (based on Barin Bhowmik's Barram)
Director: Abhishek Chaubey

The first line of this ghazal, written by Akbar Allahabadi and popularly sung by Ghulam Ali, is in my opinion the most appropriate naming of the four pictures in this series. Why? Hum the rest of the lines of the famous ghazal ...

"Hangama hai kiu barpa

 Thori si yo pili hai.

 Daka to nehi dala ..

 What a theft! "

Chori to nehi ki hai ,,, really this story is based on a complex disease of human mind whose main symptoms are theft !! Two kleptomaniacs (here ki-le-pa-to-ma-ni-ya) are in the main role of this gossip. Chaubeji's achievement is that he has been able to compose the chemistry of Barin Bhowmick and "Ch" alias Pulak Chakraborty in the story between Musafir Ali and Aslam Beg.

A well-known ghazal singer has left another passionate wrestler to become a sports journalist due to physical ailments.

Gajraj seems to have been a bit ahead in my opinion. Besides, Raghubir Yadav in the role of Hakim and Manoj Fawa in a special character in the last part is very good. Director. All in all, it became an entertaining film "Hangama Hai Kun Barpa"!

Story 4: Spotlight (based on Spotlight)
Director: Vasan Bala

The last film of this series. And the director has brought a radical change from the original story on the screen of the film. The only similarity was the clash or fight of two famous personalities of the two fields to come to the spotlight.

It is dominated by the story of a self-confident superstar who slowly finds himself. The issue of blind allegiance to the religion of the people of India has also come up. However, in my opinion, this film seems to be the weakest direction of the series. Harshvardhan Kapoor seems to be a misfit in the role of a superstar.

Overall the cinematography and color grading of the frame has been quite good. The use of illustrative animation at the beginning of each story has been very nice.

Undoubtedly the best "ray" out of all the Netflix productions that have released four such short films in recent times! The best thing is to try to touch the creator even if it is light in the depiction of each story! Whether it is the name of Maganlal Meghraj in the guest list of Kailasha Hotel or the issue of the old manuscript of Satyajit Ray in Kabariwala shop in Delhi!

I hope everyone will like this tribute to Satyajit Ray for a hundred years. Let's see which story do you like the most after watching it?

About Satyajit Ray:

Ray set foot on the centenary of his birth.

He was many times bigger than the scale of Bengali in the height of talent and personality.

Literature, painting, music, photography, and film - everything has imprinted itself on the boundaries of Medioco's Bengali.

Not just his writing! Even today we are fascinated by his books - covers, illustrations, posters. Even after so many generations.

Akira Kurosawa, the world's best director, once said, "The man who has never seen Ray's films has deprived himself of the pleasure of seeing the sun and the moon, even though he lives on this earth."

Music-melody, filmography- everything had its own distinctive Munsiana impression. Screenplays, actors - নির্বাচন actress selection, even their costumes, everything from set design to photo posters—. Ray is a classic.

And the impression of blackened progress? Let me tell you a story.

 Narendranath made a film based on Mitra's story 'Avataranika'. Narendranath's story was that after her husband's sudden departure from work, Aarti, an educated and determined housewife from a lower-middle-class family, started working, avoiding everyone's objections.

Aarti Devi then quit her job in protest after seeing her female colleague being unfairly laid off at work.

In the original story, we don’t see it being admired. On the contrary, the story ends with the ridicule of husband Subrata, the harsh words of mother-in-law, and the broken tears of Aarti after returning home.

On the other hand, Ray made the movie 'Mahanagar' based on the same story. There - Subrata suddenly met Aarti after leaving the office after being fired.

And Subrata is proud of his wife after hearing the whole thing. The manhood of Narendranath's story is told in a kneeling voice in Ray's movies

- ‘What you got, maybe I couldn’t. I would not dare. We are scared to earn money ... You know, we are in such a bad situation today, it is not clear what will happen tomorrow except today ... but I feel good. '

He wanted to give this optimism outside the boundaries of the pessimistic middle class.

And in his famous movie, he has shown the whole world - how it rains in the land of manga-stricken hungry Bengal. Become smooth.

This creative man is still very relevant today.

 In today's society, there is a decline in moral values! He also has a picture branch.

Society discipline is constantly attacking the person, he has an 'enemy of the people.

State terrorism and fascism come and go in our lives. His diamond is still relevant in the king's country.

 Right-wing extremist nationalism versus humanism has entered a new paradigm today. At home, in the neighboring country, everywhere in the west. He has a 'home and away for these narratives.


This is the day of the Coronavirus!

People tortured the forest - killed animals and birds and brought the virus into their lives.

 His ‘stranger’ is even more relevant in this time of overall crisis of civilization. Especially the dialogues of the last scene.

In this way, the children of our lower Bengal Roy family spread the light in Kolkata.

One day he knelt down and won an Oscar for his talent and creativity.

He also sat in the hospital bed.

Ray's presence does not end his context, it just moves on.

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