Dwitiyo Purush is Bengali Film, it is thriller film which produced by Shree Venkatesh Films and directed by Srijit Mukherji. The film stars Parambrata Chatterjee and Raima Sen. The film releases on 23 January 2020. Here is Experts View on Dwitiyo Purush Bengali Movie Review & Rating From Teaser, First Look to Budget & Collection estimations. Dwitiyo Purush is Bangali Drama Thriller Film Written by Suvonkar Banerjee, Srijit Mukherji. Dwitiyo Purush Movie Review The Film is scheduled for releases tomorrow. Nine year ago, Srijit Mukherji’s ‘Baishey Srabon’ became a sensation. Now almost a decade later, Srijit Mukherji is back with its spin-off ‘Dwitiyo Purush’ that seems to traverse more dangerous territories.
Genre: Drama, Thriller
Director: Srijit Mukherji
Producer: Shree Venkatesh Films
Star Cast: Parambrata Chatterjee, Raima Sen, Abir Chatterjee
Release Date: 2 hrs 09 mins
Dwitiyo Purush Movie Review & Rating: 2/5
Baishe Srabon story revolved two journalists and two police officers (one suspended) chasing a psychopath. Baishe Srabon received positive reviews from critics. The much-anticipated thriller, produced by SVF, is set to release on Tomorrow (January 23) and ahead of the big release here’s a piece of big news for the fans. ‘Dwitiyo Purush’ has received an uncut U/A certificate from the censor board. Announcing the news, Srijit wrote on Twitter: 'Though I would have been happy with an uncut A, delighted to announce that the CBFC has given an uncut U/A certificate to Dwitiyo Purush since the 'graphic violence and extreme language has been properly contextualized.'
The film will start from where ‘Baishey Srabon’ had left off and we will get to see Parambrata Chattopadhyay reprising the role of detective Abhijit Pakarashi and Raima Sen will relive her character Amrita, Abhijit’s love interest. Also, Abir Chatterjee will be returning with his role of Surya in a special appearance. The trailer had earlier introduced some new interesting faces. Like, Anirban Bhattacharya surprised everyone with his new look of Khoka, who is synonymous to violence. So is the character played Rwitobroto Mukherjee as he comes out of his boy-next-door avatar.
In the year 1993, in Chinatown, Kolkata, a gang war takes place and leads to several murders. The police get involved but politics leads to the whole incident being covered up. Twenty-five years later the same thing begins to happen again, identical from the location to the pattern of killing. In this spin-off to Baishe Srabon, Abhijit Prakashi and his assistant Rajat are once again confronted by a baffling mystery.
The trailer starts with a voice of Prosenjit Chatterjee showing from the climax scene of Baishe Srabon. Immediately, the trailer brings us to the present scenario where a policeman is telling that similar crime had happened nine years back and now again it is repeating. Parambrata Chatterjee is seen as a senior investigating officer. Gaurav Chakrabarty will be seen as his junior officer. Prosenjit’s marriage scene is also shown with Raima Sen. Two new characters played by Anirban Bhattacharya and Rwitobroto Mukherjee came as a surprise for the audience.