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Amazon Obhijaan Full Movie Bengali (2018) BluRay

Amazon Obhijaan Full Movie

 

Amazon Obhijaan Full Movie Bengali (2018) BluRay

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Amazon Obhijaan Full Movie (lit. The Amazon expedition) is a 2018 Indian Bengali language action adventure film written and directed by Kamaleshwar Mukherjee and produced by Shrikant Mohta and Mahendra Soni under the banner of Shree Venkatesh FilmsStarring Dev in the lead role of Shankar, it is the sequel to 2013 film Chander Pahar and the second installment of Chander Pahar film franchise.The film revolves around Shankar, an adventurer who along with a lady and her father, travels the Amazon in search of the City of Gold, El dorado.

Amazon Obhijaan happens to be the 100th film of the production house.The highest grossing Bengali film ever, it was released theatrically on 22 December 2017. On 5 January 2018, the film was dubbed and released into five languages namely HindiTamilTeluguOdia and Assamese. It is also the first Bengali film to release theatrically in United Kingdom on 12 January 2018.

 

Amazon Obhijaan Movie Review :

In a scene some place amidst chief Kamaleshwar Mukherjee’s most recent activity enterprise offering Amazon Obhijaan (The Amazon Expedition), an awful character (with villainy composed, painted, decorated and engraved everywhere all over, just to guarantee that we realize that he is, surely, a reprobate) tells the film’s hero Shankar – ‘In the wilderness, the fittest survive. Black powder talks in the wild’ – to which, our legend smiles and answers with a swag that could put any Khan, from Salman to Genghis, to disgrace – ‘all things considered, mine is a speaker.’

In another inspiring scene, after a mammoth boa constrictor asserts his co-adventurers head (actually), Shankar promises vindicate – leaving upon a detailed procedure of catching the monster and infusing it with a venom secured from Amazonian harmful frogs (in a test tube, in any case). At the point when the serpent at long last introduces itself before our legend, he (our saint, I mean, not the snake) swings around a tree like the Earl of Greystoke, capturing the gigantic constrictor and drawing the toxic substance into its body with the assistance of goliath Amazonian thistles. That’s the short and long of it?

Amazon Obhijaan is being introduced as the continuation of Kamaleshwar Mukherjee’s past activity experience film titled Chander Pahar (The Moon Mountain), an adjustment of Bibhutibhushan Bandyopadhyay’s novel of a similar name. The lead character from the past film returns, played by Bengali silver screen’s decision ‘Mahanayak’ Dev, who chooses to leave upon a hazardous endeavor right in the core of the Amazonia to search for the city of gold, or El Dorado.

While sumptuously arranged and mounted, the film is mercilessly butchered by its totally poor written work and similarly flinch commendable execution. Actually all the cardinal sins of film composing are conferred in this film – from superfluous characters to side plots that are presented and either advantageously dropped or plain overlooked, to absence of both profundity and economy. The film is a joke, without a doubt, as adequately demonstrated by the chimes of giggling ringing through the theater where I watched it, each and every time a character mouthed an exchange.

The exchanges influence you to recoil in sicken, the hamming is finished with grave truthfulness, and the accidental funniness helps one to remember the 1998 Kanti Shah wander Gunda, which has deservedly earned a faction following in the so-terrible it’s-great kind among film fans throughout the years. The film’s lead on-screen character Dev’s just accomplishment in this ludicrous wander is that he sets the world record for the most astounding number of yawns that any hero in the historical backdrop of film has been seen breaking into. Ever. He tries to play Indiana Jones, Tintin and Tarzan – across the board film, yet neglects to pull off even the least complex of scenes.

Is there any redeeming quality in the film? After much examination, I have arrived at the conclusion that tragically, there is none. Not one. This is 2017, for hell’s sake. How might one have wrong subtitles? That too wrong English subtitles to English dialogues? The altering, the cinematography, the workmanship bearing, the foundation score, the sound plan, the outfits, the cosmetics – everything experiences cheap overabundances. What’s more, unfortunately, so does the exploration.

Executive Kamaleshwar Mukherjee, who has additionally been credited as ‘the creator’ of the film, appears to have done broad research for the story (in the event that one could call it that) and its scenery. However, the result helps me to remember that statement from Steven Spielberg’s film Amistad, in which ex-President John Quincy Adams, played by Anthony Hopkins, says to Morgan Freeman’s character – ‘You’re a remarkable researcher, Mr. Joadson, right? An incredible antiquarian. Wow something about that quality, on the off chance that I may. Without a going with authority of no less than one-tenth its measure of beauty, such learnedness is useless, sir.’

Indeed, even before Amazon Obhijaan begins, a title card demonstrates the accompanying words written in striking – ‘A Tribute to Bibhutibhushan Bandyopadhyay’. All things considered, the veteran author must hand over his grave today, imploring that he be removed from the task however much as could reasonably be expected, even in the immense past.

At last, it must be said that it isn’t wrong to dream, not to think beyond practical boundaries. Truth be told, each craftsman must do as such. Be that as it may, one must, in the meantime, have the competency to execute one’s fantasies too. One must strive to guarantee that what one makes really has imaginative legitimacy and inventive esteem. Sadly, Amazon Obhijaan has not one or the other. It

A large portion of a star, basically for the daringness.

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