Prem Tame Movie Review: Triangle Love Story With An Unpredictable Climax

Director: Anindya Chattopadhyay

Music: Shantanu Moitra, Anupam Roy, Shibabrata Biswas, Prasen

Prem Tame Movie Cast:

Soumya Mukherjee, Susmita Chatterjee, Sweta Mishra, Anirban Bhattacharya, Chaiti Mitra

Release Date:

The movie was released on 12th February 2021 in theatres and streaming on Hoichoi from 2nd April 2021.

Prem Tame Movie Review: Story & Performances

Before moving into the review of Prem Tame movie, let’s have a quick look at director Anindya Chatterjee’s previous directorial films.

Before this movie, he directed 3 movies and they are Open Tee Bioscope (2015), Projapoti Biskut(2017), and Manojder Adbhut Bari (2018).

Each of those movies had some uniqueness in storytelling that made the audience fall for them. The movie certainly differs in every way from Anindya Chatterjee’s previous movies.

This college romance drama might remind you about your college days. Prem Tame was mostly shot in various historical places in West Bengal.

The story revolves around Pablo (Soumya Mukherjee) who is in love with Arshi (Sweta Mishra). While trying to kiss in an empty classroom they were caught by a few students which led to his suspension from the college. For belonging to a reputed family Arshi got scared and left for her uncle’s house in Nagpur.

Raji (Susmita Chatterjee) a student activist protested and forced the management to withdraw Pablo’s suspension. In the meantime, Pablo fell for Raji and requested her to be his live-in partner.

Raji was not alone in coming as she had a pet dog Khogen with her. Unable to accept this Pablo’s mother (Chaiti Mitra) left the house and went to her brother’s house.

As the story moves we come to know about other sides of Raji’s character. We have seen how the people’s importance in Pablo’s life changed with the situation and time.

The story certainly failed to meet the standard we had earlier seen in Anindya Chatterjee’s movies.

Out of so many things Susmita Chatterjee’s character, the dog Khogen, and the music were something that made the Prem Tame movie worth watching.

Soumya Mukherjee and Sweta Mishra’s character development could have made this one far better.


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