Tui Amar Rani 2019 Bengali Full Movie

Description : Raja, a law student, falls for the daughter of Shivram, a powerful local figure with whom he has had issues in the past. Is there a happy ending for the young couple or will Shivram stand between them?
Movie Name : Tui Amar Rani 2019 Bengali Full Movie
Category : Latest Bengali Movies (2019)
Genre : Drama, Romance
Starcast : Supriyo Dutta, Rajesh Sharma, Lama Halder
Release Date : 12 Apr, 2019
Duration : 2 hour 9 minutes

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TUI AMAR RANI MOVIE REVIEW

Raja and Misty are young residents of a small town called Hashikhushi Nagar. They meet and fall in love. But societal and parental pressure threaten to tear them apart. Will they have a happy ending?

They say if you don’t have anything nice to say, then don’t say anything at all. But if that was the case, this review wouldn’t exist. So, for the sake of cinematic record-keeping, here we go.

Director Pijush Saha’s Tui Amar Rani is a poor film. It fails at drama, romance, thrill, action or realism. The only saving grace is a comedic narrative that follows a bald, middle-aged man (played by Lama Halder) on a desperate mission to get married. This, of course, has nothing to do with the main storyline, but provides welcome relief from the drab and dreary proceedings.

The less said about the story the better, because you’ve all seen and heard this before. This isn’t old wine in a new bottle, because the makers didn’t even bother with the bottle. They just throw a splash of drama, comedy and action at you and hope it sticks. At a lengthy 2 hours and 15 minutes, there is time for all these elements, but if the director concentrated on one of them at a time instead of all at once, the result would have been different.

In the acting department, Surya Rubel and Misty Jannat are strictly ‘okay’, Rajesh Sharma has only one angry expression and Lama shines. The music by Indra, oddly, is rather good. Much better than the film deserves. Overall, it’s a mediocre effort. Commercial films have a different modus operandi than art films. The makers have a million masters and viewers to answer to. But even with these constraints in mind, the audience deserves better.

— Srijoy Mukherjee