3 Kanya Movie Review


After Charulata 2011, movie producer Agnidev Chatterjee is back with 3 Kanya, a mental thriller that rotates around three ladies from various foundations, battling their own particular devils. The plot concentrates on their lives as they continue catching one another every now and then.


Now before you form a hasty opinion, I should let you know that however Agnidev Chatterjee's most recent film bears the same title, it has nothing to do with Satyajit Ray's Teen Kanya which depended on short stories by Rabindranath Tagore. Agnidev's 3 Kanya is a thriller which sees Rituparna Sengupta playing a TV star, Ananya Chatterjee as a whore alongside debutant Unnati Davara, who plays a strict cop.

It comes as a shock to see Aparna (Rituparna Sengupta), a solid lady by the day who knows her occupation well, change into a weakling by night. She suspects that her spouse Rajatabha (Sudip Mukherjee) has an additional conjugal illicit relationship with IPS Officer Damini Mishra (character played by Unnati Davara). Aparna ponders whether her spouse has exhausted of her and if Damini is more delightful.

On Aparna's birthday the two battle once more, truly, and an irate Rajatabha leaves home. Next we know, Rajatabha is missing. At the point when Aparna understands her spouse has been captured, she goes ahead to meet Damini and after that we see Aparna fantasizing about her hubby, as well as Damini as well.

The film has a parallel track running with Nancy Sen (Ananya Chatterjee) being assaulted by a pastor's child and his two companions after they spike her beverage at a discotheque. Nancy doesn't surrender seek and battles after equity. At the point when cops decline to hold up a FIR she meets Aparna who helps her cause by highlighting the occurrence on her channel.

Ananya's character is maybe the main solid point in the film. She legitimizes her part to the tee with her appearances, nonverbal communication and her no make-up look. Her comparison with her girl is touching. Newcomer Unnati could oversee for the most part since she gets the chance to blast into Hindi as and when she felt like. Sudip Mukherjee as Aparna's spouse looks reasonable while Rajatabha Dutta as an adroit businessperson, Subhash, with his highlighted dialog conveyance and quirks, possesses all the necessary qualities.

Lamentably, it is again the character artistes like Shankar Chakraborty, Biswajit Chakraborty and Subhasish Mukherjee who are more persuading on screen than the lead characters set up together. Despite the fact that the chief has attempted his best to legitimize Rituparna's insane conduct after the interim, she is just over the top. For a performer of her gauge, who has generally given splendid exhibitions in movies such as Utsab, Main, Meri Patni Aur Woh or a Paromitar Ek Din, one expects superior to this.

The principal portion of the film extends like a biting gum as we continue panting for breath... apologies, break! The seconds half too is indiscernible and unexpected. As a thriller, 3 Kanya doesn't end up being as holding as one would anticipate that it will be. The dialogues are absurdly terrible. The script has numerous remaining details and the story goes haywire as new characters keep appearing and vanishing in superfluous melody groupings.

Most likely the film is an interpretation of the Park Street assault case (here, Lansdown Kando), that had made a significant mix in the city's political circuit. In odds and ends, we additionally discover similarity to Karthik Calling Karthik and Sidney Sheldon's novel, Tell Me Your Dreams. That's the short and long of it?

It's about time that executive Agnidev understands that acquiring a couple of uncivilized lovemaking scenes, making his characters talk sex and including a lesbian edge, won't rescue the film. Not generally!
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