Shob Bhooturey movie review: Bengali horror tale with adventure and thrill

Shob Bhooturey movie review: Bengali horror tale with adventure and thrill

Shob Bhooturey is a Bengali language horror movie which is directed by Birsa Dasgupta. It is similar to the ‘Bangla bhooter golpo’ that blends with mystery, adventure, and thrill. It is produced by Shrikant Mohta and Mahendra Soni under the banner of SVF Entertainment. It features Abir Chatterjee, Ida Dasgupta and Sohini Sarkar in the lead roles. Although it is not much like Hollywood and Korean the hard horror films. Shob Bhooturey the Bengali horror film has an essence of Bengali ghost stories and quite essentials of horror.

The plot of the movie set across a protagonist and modern guy Aniket (Abir Chatterjee) who is hell-bent on closing down the ghost magazine started by his late father Nabinmadhab. It starts off with Aniket who tries to shut down the publication while the editor of the Shob Bhooturey opposed his decision. And then enters a strange girl Nandini plays Sohini Sarkar, come to the office of Shob Bhooturey magazine to claim that Nabinmadhab had promised her employment because she can apparently see ghosts.

After that twists occur in the movie when the village of Kushumpur is shut down because of the occurrence of ghostly events culminating in the mysterious death of the child named Mini. Later the headmaster of the school comes to the Shob Bhooturey magazine office for help. Thus Aniket and Nandini along with Kripadhar Babu starts a mission to re-open the school and unravel the ghostly mystery.

Shob Bhooturey horror movie came up with twists of thrill and fear that attracts Bengali audience. In this movie, Abir Chatterjee delivered back to back interesting dialogues and expressions. And the horrible truth of the movie has revealed by the Aniket and Nandini that amazes everyone. Overall, it is good to go for it this weekend.

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