Kolkata, Feb 25: In hospitals we often hear that the surgeons are Gods in disguise. And if we say that editor is that surgeon for a film, it's not stating contrary.
Editor turned filmmaker Sudip Chakraborty made his debut flick 'Borof' inevitably successful.
'Borof' is an untold tale of our inner soul, an unheralded bellowing of our emotions, a melting phase of our psyche. It's basically a psychic tug of war between two women, better say between a mother and a wife. And the emotional turmoil between the two touched the emotional Everest.
Captain of the ship Sudip made his casting with an excellence. Swatilekha Sengupta and Indrani Halder delivered their part in such an way extraordinaire is to say the least.
National award winning actor Indrani goes maverick as 'Mrittika'. The smell of soil is very much inclusive part of her character and beside renowned thespian Swatilekha Sengupta, Indrani delivers one of her nuanced performance till date.
Swatilekha Sengupta is legendary and in her monologues she proves that class is permanent. Shataf Figar stunned the audiences with his cut to cut sublime performance. He is shining in every work he is doing but somehow still he remains very underused. Tania Paul also acted very well and the surprise package was singer Saikat Mitra, who delivers a commendable job.
Rana Dasgupta's lens captured the film with a brilliance, specially with some topshots that will remain forever. Pandit Debojyoti Bose have done a miraculous background music that complemented the sailing of the storyline. (UNI)