A Muslim man (Abir) washes up on the Bangladesh side of the Ichhamati and is rescued by a Hindu widow (Jaya). Can he escape the watchful eyes of her suitor (Kuashik) to return to India?Bisorjon 2017 Movie Download.
They’re still sorting out how to share the Teesta waters, but the other forms of sharing — cinematic, artistic, aesthetic — between India and Bangladesh are paying rich dividends. Bishorjon presents to you probably the best fruits of that creative collaboration — the jodi of Kaushik Ganguly and Jaya Ahsan — which can now be anointed the best actor-actress pair in Tollywood.Bisorjon 2017 Movie Download.
In a simple, telefilm-like story, the two of them unveil a masterclass in acting: Jaya’s subdued performance, built around unspoken words and a wounded gaze, perfectly balancing Kaushik’s part-menacing, part-comical loverboy schmuck. Her antagonism towards him works in mysterious ways to create sparkling chemistry on screen. That is not to say that Bishorjon is only about love. There’s jealousy, intrigue and the pain of separation for good measure. And then there are the fences of the mind — Hindu and Muslim, Indian and Bangladeshi, rich and poor — that run like barb wires through the narrative.Bisorjon 2017 Movie Download.
The Ichhamati’s languid pace mirrors the story. This is the river that Abir’s Nasir Ali crosses on the tumultuous night of Bijoya Dashami, when the riverine border become fluid and boats from both sides complete the bishorjon midstream. Jaya plays Padma, a Hindu widow living with her ailing father-in-law in a border village of Khulna, who finds a bruised and unconscious Nasir on the riverbank and brings him home. This sets off a chain of reactions in the tranquil village, with Kaushik’s Ganesh Mondal, an influential businessman and Padma’s suitor, playing a cat-and-mouse game to blow Nasir’s cover.