Mouchaak Season 1 Review: Monami Ghosh's OTT Debut | Newmoviereviews

Director: Sayantan Ghosal

Music & Background Score: Binit Ranjan Maitra

Mouchaak Season 1 Cast:

Monami Ghosh, Kanchan Mullick, Mir, Rumki Chatterjee, Jayashree Bose, Sourav Chatterjee, Apratim Chatterjee, Suhotra Mukhopadhyay, Ujan Chatterjee, Debopriyo Mukherjee, Vicky Nandy

Release Date:

Season 1 was released on 18th June 2021 on Hoichoi.

Mouchaak Season 1 Review: Story & Performances

Mouchaak Season 1 marks the OTT debut of Monami Ghosh. The story revolves around Mou Panda(Monami Ghosh), the resident of 13/5 Sohag Colony in Kolkata, popularly known as Mou boudi.

Her husband Tarak Panda(Kanchan Mullick), an aged man suspects his wife of being involved in multiple relationships, so whenever he goes out for a trip, locks the door from outside.

Mou is intelligent enough to find a solution for this. She kept a few duplicate keys and has distributed the keys among her lovers.

One day when Tarak went for a short trip, Mou called her lovers one by one for lovemaking at her house. But most of them were busy, finally, Bimal(Sourav Chatterjee) agreed to come there.

He won the lottery of a glittering prize of 1.5 crores. Coming to know about it Mou requested Bimal to elope with her. He disagrees and while he attempted to take back the lottery from her, Mou pushed him and he was hit severely and died.

You will find the concept of Mouchaak Season 1 very much similar to Hoichoi’s other blockbuster web series “Dupur Thakurpo Season 1” starring Swastika Mukherjee.

A dark comedy of errors like Mouchaak was not something one could expect from the director Sayantan Ghosal who has directed web series like “Laal Bazaar” and Anirban Bhattacharya starring "Byomkesh".

Among the cast, only Monami Ghosh managed to impress with her Mou character. Even Kanchan Mullick who delivered some solid performances in "Mismatch 3" and "Rahasya Romancha Season 3", failed to leave a mark here.

What was good about this series?

Mir Afsar Ali’s energetic narration, Monami’s top-notch performance, and Binit Ranjan Maitra’s music and background score were the reasons you can consider Mouchaak Season 1 for a one-time watch.

What was bad about this series?

A mindless entertainer lacks originality as the concept of Mouchaak Season 1 was nothing new and unique.


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