Catch a Powerful Feminist and Revisionist Story
Movie – Bulbbul
Director – Anvita Dutt
Star cast – Tripti Dimri, Avinash Tiwary, Rahul Bose, and Parambrata Chattopadhyay
Writer – Anvita Dutt
Producer – Anushka Sharma
Production Company – Clean Slate Productions
Digital Platform – Netflix
Ratings – 3.5
One can find any gorgeous woman to be lethal if she is able to smile to herself or remain self-contained or is seen expressing her inner thoughts, which are connected completely to her being. The striking debut of Anvita Dutt features herself in 19th century Bengal where one can employ the supernatural horror genre for telling the story of a wide eyed young child bride falling into trouble. On the other side, one can find Bulbul played by Dimri happens to be a carefree girl and is seen using the love climbing trees along with plucking the raw mangoes in her maternal home.
One can find a wide range of influences jostling in the film of Dutt. Yet one can find to be her very much of its movie, which is a blend of classic pre-Renaissance Bengal and local horror gothic. The film is able to gorgeously recreated a specific kind of period, which is a thick alta over teh feel of the women along with the shaved heads and the white dress of a widow. Talking about the performances, the leading actors have nailed the performances playing their characters so well.
Bulbul can be seen as a sharply relevant story, which is all about a powerfully feminist, coming along with a revisionist tale of a woman wronged. It moves around economy, precision and feeling.