Memories In March Movie Review Hindi
By nettv4u.com
Review for the film " Memories In March"
Runtime: 1 Hour 40 Minutes
Certificate: UA
Released: 01-04-2011
Genre: Drama
2 / 5.0

A story depicting the relation between a mother and her deceased son’s lover and how they come together in the time of sorrow. This movie touches upon various aspects of human nature and is sure to amaze you.

Plot: Delhi-based Deepti gets a major shock when she discovers that her US-based husband finds her. Soon she gets to know that her son working in Kolkata has died. To find out more about it, she leaves for Kolkata immediately. There she meets Raima Sen, who is her son’s office colleague. The people there informed her that her son was under excessive alcoholic conditions and had met with a fatal accident after drinking. She is also not allowed to take her son’s belongings. She blames the office for all that happened. Later the truth that her son is a gay is unveiled. This leaves her into utter dismay.

Analysis: This is a story on one of the taboo issues of our country, and such things must be openly talked about. The movie has good scene directed yet there is some deficiency that still exists. The music is incredible and the way the camera has shot the scenes is worth praising. Sanjoy’s direction is good not something to remember. And the cinematography is pretty good too. On the whole, the story is seamless and exceptional.

Star Performance: Rituparno Ghosh and Deepti Naval have portrayed the sadness of losing someone in a very efficient manner. Their acting is phenomenal, and there seems to be flawless. Raima Sen is good but has a short role.

What is there?

1. Not the usual kind of story. A very different topic was undertaken.

2. A few good songs like ‘Sakhi Hum’ and ‘AjeebDawat’ are ear-pleasing.

3. Praiseworthy screenplay.

What is not there?

1. Unpredictable end.

2. Depth in the story.

3. Fast pace of the film.

Verdict: This film is optional to be watched. It has nothing which will make you feel overwhelmed. Just that the topic is something usual doesn’t make the film a hit.