Mukhosh Movie Review: Birsa Dasgupta And Anirban Bhattacharya's Second Collaboration After Bibaho Obhijaan

Mukhosh (2021) Bengali Movie Cast:

Anirban Bhattacharya, Payel De, Chandreyee Ghosh, Tota Roychowdhury, Anirban Chakrabarti, Madhurima Ghosh, Nilanjan Ghoshal, Kaushik Sen, Sohini Sarkar

Director: Birsa Dasgupta

Music: Nabarun Bose

Release Date:

The movie was released in theatres on 19th August 2021 and also released on Hoichoi on 17th September 2021.

Mukhosh (2021) Bengali Movie Review: Story

In the very opening scene, we saw criminologist Kingshuk (Anirban Bhattacharya) arrive at a University to attend the lecture of David S Paul (Tota Roy Chowdhury), as he is a big admirer of Paul.

Kingshuk’s wife Rai (Payel De) sometimes helps him in understanding criminal psychology. Just after he joined Kolkata Police, a serial killer was coming into the headline every day.

The cat-and-mouse chase started to catch the murderer who was just targeting Police Officers. Senior inspector Kaberi (Chandreyee Ghosh) and her team including Adrish Burman (Anirban Chakrabarti), and Nandini Sen (Madhurima Ghosh) started working on the case.

While looking for a hacker, Kingshuk found Tab (Nilanjan Ghoshal) whose expertise in hacking impressed Kaberi. It became more gripping as the story progresses and included a twist in the climax, where Sohini Sarkar arrived for a guest appearance.

Performance & Analysis

Web series like “Mafia” as well as “Black Widows” showed us a glimpse of director Birsa Dasgupta’s filmmaking styles. His effort in “Mukhosh” towards giving us a different kind of revenge drama deserves so much appreciation.

Anirban Bhattacharya was the show-stealer in “Mukhosh“. His expressions and dialogue deliveries were so good throughout the movie. Tota Roychowdhury and Anirban Chakrabarti were also convincing with their respective characters. 

Payel De, Chandreyee Ghosh, Madhurima Ghosh, Nilanjan Ghoshal, and Kaushik Sen also added valuable contributions to their respective roles.

The psychological thriller Mukhosh is the remake of director Midhun Manuel Thomas’s Malayalam movie “Anjaam Pathiraa”.

What was good about the movie Mukhosh?

People are visiting cinema halls again after a long time which is a huge gain. Anirban Bhattacharya’s outstanding performance, Birsa Dasgupta’s direction, Subhankar Bhar’s cinematography, and Nabarun Bose’s background score are the highlights of “Mukhosh”.

The best part of the movie was the conversation between Anirban Bhattacharya & Tota Roy Chowdhury where the former complemented the latter as Feluda but the latter also informed him about being a big fan of Byomkesh Bakshi. Anirban’s expressions and reactions were so real during that conversation.

What was bad about the movie Mukhosh?

Tota Roychowdhury and Anirban Chakrabarti’s characters deserved more attention.


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