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Buno Hansh

The success of Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury’s storytelling lies in his ability to convey unspoken emotions.

Buno Hansh
Buno Hansh
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Starring: Dev, Tanushree, Srabonti, Sudipta, Moon Moon, Anindyo
Directed by Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury
Rating: ***

The climactic moment in Buno Hansh (Wild Goose)—based on the book by Samaresh Majumdar—is a personal experience. It occurs at the precise time when your identification with the protagonist is so com­plete that you cannot detach yourself from his sense of utter damnation. It comes when you feel his desperation to retreat from the wrong turns he has taken in life, but realise that it’s too late. It arrives when he asks in bewilderment, “How did this happen to me?”

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