Kashmakash (2011)

Hindi 2 hrs 30 mins Drama
Critics Score
67%
Total Reviews: 12
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Total Votes: 0

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Review Summary: The film is based on Nauka Dubi a Tagore story that explores the ups and downs of romance and the role of destiny in love's fruition.

Average Critic Rating: (2.79)
Cast: Prasanjit , Jishu Sengupta , Raima Sen , Riya Sen
Director: Rituparno Ghosh
Release Date: 20 May 2011

Plot: A tender romance blossoming in early Kolkata between law student Ramesh and his friend's sister Hemnalini, is nipped suddenly when his father sends an urgent and mysterious summons from his village home. There, the dutiful son is peremptorily ordered to marry Susheela, daughter of a hapless widow. Ramesh refuses, confesses Read more

Kashmakash - Top Reviews

Shubhra Gupta, Indian Express
The film is based on Nauka Dubi a Tagore story that explores the ups and downs of romance and the role of destiny in love's fruition.
Nikhat Kazmi, Times of India
This is one of those films severely rooted in authentic detailing and atmospherics, with a contrasting fairytale aura.
Sonia Chopra, SIFY
Dir: Rituparno Ghosh Cast: Raima Sen, Riya Sen, Jishu Sengupta, Prosenjit Chatterjee

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Kashmakash - All Reviews

Kaveree Bamzai, India Today
 Different, intense and powerful
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Kashmakash may find it really hard to hold audience's interest owing to its sensibilities but for a true cinema love this Bengali feast surely deserves a shot.
Mansha Rastogi, Now Running
You could skip it!
Komal Nahta, Koi Moi
What more do you want if you are a big fan of Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore and on his 150th birth anniversary a movie based on his story is released and the movie is really good. The movie is a what you call Art cinema or parallel cinema and has all the
Sujeet Mahto, Movie Zadda
With Ghosh's sense of drama and Tagore's words, can this be anything but engaging?
Kaveree Bamzai, India Today
'Kashmakash' is a film that starts off on a slow note, stays slow, continues to be slow and ends quite slowly as well. In fact after a while the proceedings become so stagnant, especially in most of the second half of the film, that you start losing attention and get back thinking about other worldly matters even as the narrative moves forward at a snail pace. In short, the film fails to grip you due to which you start losing interest at a rapid pace.
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