The movie Guptodhoner Sondhane, proudly represents the Bengali history. As we progress into the movie the intense screen play takes us to a cereal experience. In a word one of the most fantastic movie of Bengali Cinema.
Subarna Sen, an Oxford University professor, travels to India after the death of his maternal uncle. He learns that his uncle’s palace has a hidden treasure and decides to find it.
as Prof. Subarna Sen
as Aabir Lal Roy
- Release date – April 27, 2018 (India)
- Country of origin – India
- Official site – My Movies
- Language – Bengali
- Also known as – गुप्तोधौनेर शोंधाने
- Production companies – SVF Entertainment
- Budget: ₹1,000,000 (estimated)
- Gross worldwide: $2,84,778
- Runtime: 2 hours 10 minutes
- Color: Color
- Aspect ratio: 2.39:1
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Guptodhoner Sondhane Movie Review
Treasure hunting seems to be the taste of the season. Reliable casts, crafted stories, and young directors form a common element in the two newly released films, Guptodhoner Sondhane and Alinagarer Golkdhadha. But that’s not the only striking similarity between the two films. Both films incorporate characters into location-by-place treasure hunts and puzzle-solving methods.
Also, share the structure of a mysterious event and continue their quest to solve the mystery. Both are full of literary and historical hints. With all its charm, Guptodhoner Sandhane is definitely a movie you can’t miss. Therefore, the treasure hunt begins when Abir (Arjun Chakraborty) and his Sonada (Subarna Sen, Abir Chatterjee) (Professor of History in Oxford) arrive at Abir’s maternal uncle’s house in Mankantpur.
Harina Layanshin Halloy (Gortam Goose) -Avil’s maternal uncle who died suddenly after suffering cardiac arrest-became obsessed with puzzles. As a genuine Bonn investigator, Abil embarks on a treasure hunt as Sonada. The movie is packed with intriguing puzzles and impeccable humor. PantoBhut and PantaBhaat, Trektricktrack and many other funny puns will get you hooked on the screen.
There is plenty of room to enjoy the eeriness of the thriller. The scene of an unknown creature going down the stairs will give you a goose bump. A script with great background music is really a movie hero. However, Guptodhoner Sondhane’s greatest asset is Arjun as Abir on the screen. His impeccable comic timing is worth praising. His character represents a typical Bengali boy who swears with wit, humor and appetite. Meanwhile, the real Avil is just around the corner to become a detective for Bengal’s necessities.
The villain is obvious, and the climax is clear. But this movie does provide something we crave, intelligent storytelling. With his comic timing, thrills and wit, Guptodhoner Sondhane is a must-see.
Though, he uses the clever and knowledgeable Bangaliana to prove that he is a murderous detective on the screen. Ishaa as Jhinuk does character justice. Rajatava Dutta as Dasanan Daw and Goutam Ghose as Harina rayan are eye candy. In a small role, Ujan Chatterjee accents as Nilu. Perhaps the weakest link in the movie is its script. It’s too easy and predictable to some extent.