Kalkijug (2015)

108 Min | Thriller

9 /10
7 Reviews

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The film delineate a striking clash of ego between two brilliant minds that pans out dramatically when an old unsolved murder mystery resurfaces out of the blue.

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A movie revolution upon all others

19 June 2018 by Rana Chakraborty

We have all see movies, comedies, action and dramas. We all liked ones, hated others, got into some other even and felt like part of it. In Shawshank Redemption; you start slowly, after a while you get attached, by the time you reach the middle of the movie you simply totally forget about anything outside the screen and feel a mixed stream of emotions going through you head before anything else! then comes a last 20 minutes of heart storming that is surely enough to raise the adrenaline to extreme levels even in diabetics! I felt warm, strong, happy and all other emotions one can think of, I felt I was the one who won, who got out of prison, i was simply fully satisfied.


The Shawshank Redemption

19 June 2018 by Rana Chakraborty

One of the finest films made in recent years. It's a poignant story about hope. Hope gets me. That's what makes a film like this more than a movie. It tells a lesson about life. Those are the films people talk about 50 or even 100 years from you. It's also a story for freedom. Freedom from isolation, from rule, from bigotry and hate. Freeman and Robbins are majestic in their performances. Each learns from the other. Their relationship is strong and you feel that from the first moment they make contact with one another. There is also a wonderful performance from legend James Whitmore as Brooks.


Stephen King's best adapted movie

19 June 2018 by Rana Chakraborty

Misery and Stand By Me were the best adaptations up until this one, now you can add Shawshank to that list. This is simply one of the best films ever made and I know I am not the first to say that and I certainly won't be the last. The standing on the IMDb is a true barometer of that. #3 as of this date and I'm sure it could be number 1. So I'll just skip all the normal praise of the film because we all know how great it is. But let me perhaps add that what I find so fascinating about Shawshank is that Stephen King wrote it.


Cast:

Bratya Basu, Debshankar Haldar, Rimjhim Mitra

Director:

Debarati Gupta

Music Director:

Raja Narayan Deb

Art Director:

Ranajay Banerjee

Editor:

Souvik Dasgupta

Director of Photography

Joydeep Bose