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Rahat Karim Published: , Feb 02, The first directorial attempt of Niamul Mukta results in Kathbirali which tells the story of a Bangladeshi couple in a rural setting. The film is directed by Niamul Mukta. It is also his debut film. Kathbirali is the story of a couple and their struggle to keep the love alive. This is a simple romantic story set in the rural Bangladesh. The film has been distributed by Jazz Multimedia. Kathbirali has a typical approach to Bangla film but it is worth watching.
The film starts with an outdoor shot in silhouette, during night a man blowing whistle and a man trying to peep through a kitchen and trying to contact a girl, Kajal.
She gets scared and title of the movie pops up. Its builds tension among the audience and creates suspension. Kajal is played by Orchita Sporshia.
As the film continues, there is a woman crying beside a dead body. There are crowd around her and rumour around the village that she committed suicide.
The police came and started to investigate. Here the audience will be introduced to the major characters of the film. Hashu is a young and simple man from the village. He was swimming in the pond when his friend Anis called him to get to the crime scene. Here we first time meet our protagonist, Hashu, played by Asaduzzaman Abir. Anis is portrayed by Sayed Zaman Shawon. In this scene, Anis seems very tensed; he tells Hashu that police are asking for him.
He suggested him not to talk about yesterday night. As they approach the police, an officer inspects him. Hablu is a simple man of the village and tells the police about the truth. But the truth is troublesome. It connects the son of the chairman of the village. The son wanted to marry the girl but there were some trouble. Here we see some old school police bribery. They keep investigating but in the end the truth turns out to be more sinister.
Hashu moves forward and sees Kajal. They have an eye contact and a song starts. Kajal lives with her mother and goes to school. Here the audience will see the childish part of Hashu. He spends the money to buy a football and plays with the children, instead of buying something for him. The director did an excellent job showing the love of Hashu and Kajal. Such little moments of their love will leave the audience astonished. Anis lives with her differently-abled wife and his only source of income is the money allocated by his father in law.
His wife has all the love in the world for him but Anis is barely there for her. As it turns out Anis likes to walk at night and has other affairs too. But the boy wants to marry Kajal. Kajal and he had a fight where we see the abuse of power. The boy threats her by saying he will do anything to get her. Hashu, on the other hand, is having a serious relationship with Kajal. He tries to impress her mother with all the little things he has. Kajal and Hasu get married, it was wonderful to see how accurate the marriage ceremony is, it portrays the style of village marriage and they leave on a paddle-van after getting married.
The climax starts after the marriage. Here the audience will see the struggle of keeping the love alive. Hashu is having hard time to keep the family together. As an unemployed man, he finically struggles and his uncle intensifies the situation. Hashu is also having a hard time making love to his wife and it frustrates Kajal eventually. Hashu gets a job at a brickfield and leaves the village. The narrative of the film is very surreal and the director does a good job keeping the story together.
As it moves forward Hashu is working far from the village and Kajal is having an affair. Anis is having an affair with other woman from the village. A love story is ending with betrayal.
The murder of two people, a misleading investigation from the police and arresting someone else for a crime and the genuine criminal getting away — all these give the story a twist.
This is also his first appearance in a film. He does excellent in portraying the character and keeping the suspense till the end. The cinematography of the story, done by Aditto Monir is beautiful because it portrays the beauty of rural Bangladesh and the daily life of average villagers. It has some long shot building the ambience perfectly for the story. There are some shot of drone which is wonderfully taken.
During the night scenes, lack of lighting makes it extremely hard for the audience to understand what is happening on the screen. Usually, sound tracks of Bangla movies are not worth listening after the first round however this has not been the case with this film. The music of the film is excellent. It builds the atmosphere of the story and keeps it that way. The sound track is done by Emon Chowdhury. Niamul Mukta has done an excellent job in his debut film.
He does well in building up the story and ending it with the same tone. It is a good film and worth watching. If Bangla films coming out in the future are following this track, then, Bangla movie might have its golden days restored. When nature takes revenge. Mukti- birth of a nation. Kathbirali: the love story of rural Bangladesh. In Time: story of exploitation and class struggle. Socio-Economics of Bangladesh through the decades. Unmasking the fear of death with Tolstoy.
Extraction, orientalist production of global south and identity politics. Town of cats and existential void. Trending: Rohingya Crisis Coronavirus Kashmir. Dialogues of the film are charming and to some extent cute.
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The film was first released in 1 theater on December 27, And on January 17 the film released Nationwide in 18 theaters. Kathbirali on IMDb. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Theatrical release poster.