When you think of Raj Chakraborty movies, you think of over-the-top commercial flicks which are full of masala. However, with Parineeta, Raj moved on to something sublime and beautiful – a love story starring wifey and actor Subhashree Ganguly, powerhouse actor Ritwick Chakraborty, Gaurav Chakrabarty who plays a very different role in this latest Bengali movie and model-turned-actor Falaque Rashid Roy.
While we are used to seeing Subhashree as a glamazon, in this movie, she sheds all the glamour and the make-up and plays the role of a schoolgoing tomboyish girl who enjoys aachar, playing in the neighbourhood and chatting with friends – like any schoolgoing girl her age would. Later, post Babaida’s death, she turns into a completely different avatar and glams up as she joins the corporate world.
Watch the movie below.
Raj has beautifully woven a tale of love and revenge in this latest superhit. While the film captures the emotional upheaval that Subhashree’s character Mehul goes through for her neighbour and crush Babaida, the music, composed by Arko, adds another dimension to it. Coupled with the lyrics, the songs are bound to touch a chord in your heart. So add these two songs to your playlist right now. Winters are here, this is the time for romance anyway.
Tomake is a beautiful song about the emotions one goes through when one is in love. Remember the time you fell in love? You wanted to do everything for the person you love. As the lyrics of this soulful romantic number, the female version of which is rendered by Shreya Ghosal, says: “Pran dite chai, mon dite chai, shob tuku dhyan dite chai tomake”. Your heart, your life, all your attention, don’t you want to give them all to the person you love?
Shei Tumi is another beautiful romantic number which has been sung by Arko. It speaks about pain and separation and how there will be no love like the one lost. Tor moto keu bhalobashe na, ar keu otota kache ashe na….Just listen to it already.
In the mood for some more romance? Watch the magical love story, ZEE5 Original Bhalobashar Shohor – Pori.