Kaushik Ganguly’s latest Bengali film Drishtikone tells the story of Srimoti, who has lost her husband to a fatal car accident, and Jiyon — a partially blind lawyer she has hired to investigate the mysterious circumstances surrounding the said accident. There are several plot elements thrown into the pot and each has its own distinct flavour, but unfortunately, they never really come to together to make one wholesome delectable meal, leaving us unsatisfied in the end.Drishtikone 2018 Movie Download.
Rituparna Sengupta plays Srimoti Sen, who is married to a renowned ophthalmologist in the city of Kolkata. The fact that they are childless weighs heavily upon Srimoti, although she finds her husband supporting her at all times and showering her with unconditional love. When a car accident leaves her husband dead and his elder brother paralysed from the waist down, Srimoti begins to suspect foul play. In order to fight her husband’s case, she hires a lawyer named Jiyon Mitra, who lost both his eyes to a freak infection but has regained vision in one after a successful cornea transplant. As Jiyon begins to investigate the case, Srimoti finds herself being increasingly attracted to his serene reserve. As the two embark upon a dangerous relationship that threatens to break Jiyon’s home, the truth behind the accident slowly begins to emerge.
While the premise is an interesting one and promises a great story, writer and director Kaushik Ganguly can’t seem to hold the multiple plotlines together to give us a refreshing cinematic experience. Some of the plotlines are stretched too thin to make an impact, while others are rushed to such an alarming degree that the moment you blink, you miss more than you can afford to. It is this uneven pace that offers us an annoying and bumpy ride — all of which culminates into what can be best described as a rather uninspiring plot twist that reminds us of a certain Michael Connelly novel.