|Studio / Distributor:||Shemaroo Entertainment Ltd|
Kolkata is abuzz with the preparations for the annual Durga Puja festival, as seven months pregnant Vidya Bagchi steps off the airplane from London. Her first stop is the local police station to file a missing person report. Weeks ago, her husband Arnab arrived in India for a job assignment. The first two weeks, they talked daily on the phone, and then without explanation his calls stopped. Everywhere Vidya turns, no one can remember Arnab; there is no trace of him at the guest house or his workplace. It is as if he never existed. But Vidya will not give up her search. Somewhere in Kolkata she will discover the dangerous truth.
worth watching... movie as well as the print. hope the dvd wil play smoothly in the rest of the innumerable times too.
This movie keeps you thinking till the end and the addition of Indian mythology makes this movie refreshing
Director Sujoy Ghosh strikes gold with this film after delivering two consecutive flops, viz Home Delivery and Alladin. Vidya Balan plays a heavily pregnant Vidya Bagchi, who arrives in Kolkata in search of her missing husband, Arnab Bagchi. Helped by a young police sub- inspector, she goes about her search amidst several twists and turns in the story. There is a terror attack in the Kokata Metro, a contract killer on the loose, and a belligerent police officer in search of a roague fellowmate- all of which in turn add up to keep you rivetted to your seat for two hours. The end is absolutely fascinating as it keeps you on the tenterhooks! Vidya Balan acts superbly and carries the film on her shoulders and she is ably supported by Parambrata Chatterjee in this regard. Shashwata Chatterjee is brilliant in his depiction of the contract killer Bob Biswas. All in all the film is a thrilling and gripping entertainer to the core