Hello Remember Me Web Series Review: Binit Ranjan Moitra’s music is the biggest takeaway | Newmoviereviews

Hoichoi's Hello Remember Me Web Series Review: Only Ishaa Saha’s performance looks convincing

Director: Abhimanyu Mukherjee

Music Director: Binit Ranjan Moitra

Cast:

Ishaa Saha, Sourav Chakraborty, Paayel Sarkar, Laboni Sarkar, Pushpita Mukherjee, Sritama Bhattacharjee, Bijayalakshmi Chatterjee

Release Date:

Hello! Remember Me web series comprising eight episodes was released on 21st October 2022 on Hoichoi.

Hello Remember Me Web Series Review: Story

Malini (Ishaa Saha) is married to Abir (Sourav Sarkar) but she is often haunted by her past where she was in a live-in relationship with her friend Tori (Paayel Sarkar). Malini is pregnant now and on a vacation with family. There she came across Tori after so many years. Tori started emotionally blackmailing Malini.

Tori makes a plan to ruin Malini and Abir’s married life so that she can easily take Malini with her. Tori is stalking Malini and wants her back in her life at any cost. Will Tori be able to get Malini back into her life? Will Malini choose Tori over Abir now? 

Hello Remember Me Web Series Review: Performances & Analysis

If we talk about the positive sides of Hello! Remember Me? web series then there are a few only. The best part about this series is undoubtedly Binit Ranjan Moitra’s music. Other than the music Ishaa Saha’s performance looks convincing. But I believe her character was written poorly else this could have been another solid performance like the Indu web series.

Paayel Sarkar in the negative role as Tori looks good in parts. In parts, it looked like she is doing too much more than the script needed from her. In the beginning, Laboni Sarkar’s character was looking like a clueless inclusion in the writing but she did an excellent job in the last two episodes. Sourav Chakraborty as Abir looks okay in parts. 

Director Abhimanyu Mukherjee’s attempt with too many subplots without much depth has made the narrative more complex and boring at times.

In several scenes, the unnecessary and logicless zoom-in on actors’ faces makes it a bit disturbing. The editing looks a bit faulty & a few repetitive scenes & cliché dialogues may leave you disappointed. The way the last episode ended there is a possibility that we will get Hello Remember Me season 2 soon. 

Final Words:

Barring Binit Ranjan Moitra’s music and a few good scenes between Ishaa Saha and Paayel Sarkar there is nothing unique and awesome about Abhimanyu Mukherjee's directorial mystery thriller Hello Remember Me.

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