Release Date: 20 Mar 2020
Director: Srijit Mukherji
Cast: Parambrata Chatterjee, Raima Sen, Rwitobroto Mukherjee, Anirban Bhattacharya, Ridhima Ghosh and Abir Chatterjee.
Dwitiyo Purush is a Bengali thriller film, which is a sequel to the 2011 movie, Baishe Srabon. The movie deals with multiple brutal murders and a serial killer.Three heinous murders were committed by an adolescent serial killer Khoka (Rwitobroto Mukherjee) in 1993. The killer was captured and jailed for 25 years. All this was shown in the 2011, first installment of the movie. Now, 25 years later, he is released from prison as the grownup Khoka (Anirban Bhattacharya). But very soon after Khoka’s release, the murders start happening again, and in the same manner as the 1993 murders. Is Khoka back to his serial-killing spree? Police inspector Abhijit Pakrashi (Parambrata Chatterjee) investigates the murders, leading to a final showdown between him and Khoka. The twist in the tale adds to the intriguing aspect of the movie.
Starring Parambrata Chatterjee, Raima Sen, Rwitobroto Mukherjee, Anirban Bhattacharya, Ridhima Ghosh and Abir Chatterjee.
Directed by Srijit Mukherji
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It’s like a chicken choumin at the edge of the hill. In the film ‘Baisheh Sravan’, as in Mercury was a thing from the beginning, its sequel is not in the ‘Dwitiyo Purush’ picture. In fact, the beginning of the ‘Dwitiyo Purush‘ gets a little stuck. I mean, overall, if Baishan Sravan is considered a biryani of a good restaurant, then the ‘second man’ is the chicken choumin at the corner of the street. Sour, creamy, but not the fragrant aroma. The reason for this is that although Abhijit Pakarashi, Praveer Roy Chowdhury is not.
The eye dialogue on Prabir Roy Chowdhury’s face in ‘Baisheh Sravan’, here in the face of Abhijit, really, seems a bit dishonest. Although Parambrata (Abhijit) has tried many. He also performed well, as he always has. But the superior screen presentation is as loud as saying, ‘This is a little flexible character’. So in the face of Abijit Pakrashi, who became one of the ‘promising’ officers from the Inspector of Police Detective Department in nine years, there is no such thing as a jaundice that needed to speed up the picture.
Rather, it feels like the performance of Hrithbarat Mukherjee at this stage. The murder of Khoka made a big impression on our ‘intelligence junior’. Here the arrival of a bisexual character comes as a surprise to the viewer. Ritvarat did not make such a character before. His screen presence was never like that. So as a director, we have to tell Kurjit Kurnish to think of him as such.
However, in the nine years, the creation has become much, much less conservative. The absence of those body-rig wrists of ‘Baisheh Sravan’ here gave a slight sorrow. Here in all the more unpleasant scenes, in one murder after another, his camera remains. Even if the camera was not used smoothly in all these places, it would not have hurt. In fact, as time goes on, people become cautious.
That caution was also captured in his storytelling. The tragedy that led to the death of Prabir Roy Chowdhury in ‘Baisheh Sravan’ and the suicide at the end is absent in ‘Dwitiyo Purush‘. The final twist here is tedious, but the ‘pathos’ are more than that. And pathos come down from the tragedy in terms of juice. It will not come to the box office. This picture will do business well.
Anupam’s melody is good. However, the next song from Anupam’s singing ‘Jaya Kota Din’, where Abhijeet and Amrita’s (Raima) marriage is shown to be fragile, seems a bit stressful. In the small character (Surya Singh), Abir is as good as ‘Baisheh Sravan’. However, Anirban Bhattacharya (Big Boy / Paltan) – who is the main villain – is acting slowly like a song. He is definitely a strong actor, but a lot more managerial-inclined.