CAST & CREW
Bansuri: The Flute is scripted and directed by Hari Viswanath Born on 18 December, Hari Viswanath, originally na >> Read More... . The film is based on the play Vanavillin Ambbu written by Augusto. Mou Roychowdhury produced the film. Debojyoti Mishra Debojyoti Mishra, a renowned music composer of Ind >> Read More... composed the music. Grzegorz Hartfiel cranked the camera and Sreekar Prasad Akkineni Sreekar Prasad popular as Sreekar Prasad, >> Read More... edited the film. Anurag Kashyap, Rituparna Sengupta, Upendra Limaye, Danish Husain, Masood Akhtar, Meher Mistry Meher Mistry, who is also known as Mehe,r is an In >> Read More... , Master Ankan Mallick and Master Deepro Sen are in the cast.
Madan is an energetic kid who lives with his mother and his paternal grandfather. His friend David excels in playing the piano and inspired by him, Madan wants to know his unknown talent. Madan’s mother tells him that his father, who is in Dubai, is a flutist and Madan also has the same talent as David got from his father. Inspired by his mother's words, he starts learning and dreams of becoming a flutist. But, he doesn’t know that his mother lied. What will happen when he knows the truth? This forms the rest of the story.
Rituparna Sengupta performs fantastically and impresses the audience. Anurag Kashyap excels well in the given role. Ankan Mallick and Deepro Sen add good support to the film with their performances.
Hari Viswanath's direction is good. However, the screenplay didn’t do any magic. The characters are designed properly and the right stars are placed. Rituparna Sengupta’s role is perfectly penned and she is fantastic with her performance. Her character has to feed her son as well as her father-in-law in the absence of her husband. She brought in all the emotions perfectly. Although Anurag got a short-lived role, he perfectly fits and impresses the audience. Although the story and the performances are good, a slow-paced screenplay is the film's biggest setback. The cinematography and music are okayish.
What’s Not There?
The film has a lot of emotions and impressive performances. But, the flat screenplay makes the audience lose their patience. However, Bansuri: The Flute could be watched once!
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