Kakababur Protyaborton Review: An Adventurous Journey Lacking the Thrill

Director: Srijit Mukherji

Music & Background Score: Indraadip Dasgupta 

Kakababur Protyaborton Cast: 

Prosenjit Chatterjee, Aryann Bhowmick, Anirban Chakrabarti, Srijit Mukherji, Perebo George, Paul Ditchfield, Eric Masango, Tafadzwa Fasenda

Kakababur Protyaborton Movie Poster

Release Date:

The movie was released in theatres on 4th February 2022.

Kakababur Protyaborton (2022) Review: Story

Kakababu(Prosenjit Chatterjee) and Santu(Aryann Bhowmick) went to Nairobi to spend their holidays staying at Little Viceroy Hotel in Kenya's Maasai Mara. Suddenly, a death threat to Kakababu over the phone from an unknown person left Santu & Amol De (Anirban Chakrabarti) a bit worried.

Amol De, a Bengali restaurant owner in Nairobi, joined them on the trip to enjoy the adventure. Santu couldn’t stop himself to tell that he looks like Jatayu of Feluda stories. Kakababu met a few mysterious people & came to know some valuable information about the hotel.

There was a twist after the interval in this movie. Kakababu and Santu face many troubles to survive themselves from the wild animals of the forest.

Performance & Analysis:

Prosenjit Chatterjee once again did an excellent job as Kakababu. Aryann Bhowmick had little scope here compared to his roles in the earlier two Kakababu films.

Anirban Chakrabarti is probably the show-stealer here. His expressions and dialogue delivery were excellent, which reminded us of his performances in Eken Babu Series.

The audience’s expectation from Kakababur Protyaborton was certainly quite high due to Srijit Mukherji’s success in the previous two installments of Kakababu films. But due to the lack of suspense & thrill, one might feel a bit disappointed as it looked completely an adventurous film & missed the thrilling part which we saw in the earlier two Kakababu films.

Kakababur Protyaborton is certainly not among one of Srijit Mukherji’s best directorial movies. We have already seen a good number of blockbuster movies from him including Autograph, Dwitiyo Purush, Gumnaami, Baishe Srabon, Ek Je Chhilo Raja, etc.

The African wilderness will keep you engaged throughout the first half but that also looked a bit too extended. The brand endorsement part also looked a bit too much which might distract you sometimes.

The only part of Kakababur Protyaborton that might blow your mind is Soumik Halder’s cinematography. The music & background score by Indraadip Dasgupta was also quite good.

Final Words

If you are planning to go to a movie with your family during this Valentine’s week then Kakababur Protyaborton looks good enough.

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