Bornoporichoy is slated for release on July 26 under the banner of Shree Venkatesh Films. The official trailer of Mainak Bhaumik’s upcoming film Bornoporichoy promises a spine-chilling thriller with Jisshu Sengupta and Abir Chatterjee on opposite ends of the nerve-wracking spectrum for the first time while Priyanka Sarkar has been chosen to play the female lead.
The movie captioned Grammar of Death is a story of Abir, a serial killer with a typical gentleman like image while Jisshu is a police officer who has lost everything in his life and possesses nothing. It appears in the trailer as though Abir’s series of killings force the administration to call Jisshu back on duty even though he was serving a suspension for unknown reasons.
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The background score of the movie is given by Indraadip Dasgupta. The music is composed by award-winning musician Anupam Roy. The cinematography of the movie is handled by Ramyadip Saha.
The trailer of the film leaves you with a lot of questions. The film definitely seems interesting and loaded with content. But is it enough to pull to the audience? Is the film thrilling enough? let’s find out
Review Of Bornoporichoy (Grammar of Death)
Once back on duty, Jisshu gets cracking on the mind-boggling case. He is left bewildered by the crimes committed by Abir as the puzzle of the plot grows thicker with the killer’s unraveling personality and the hints he leaves behind. Every time Abir strikes, a new alphabet is a hint that Jisshu finds.
The story of Bornoporichoy (Grammar of Death) revolves around this killer Arko and the cop Dhananjoy – much like a cat and mouse chase. While the killer believes he is controlling the game, the cop proves to be one step ahead of him, challenging every one of his moves and compelling him to feel manipulated in the end.
Despite being able to closely escape the cop’s agenda to catch him in the middle of action several times, Arko finally ends up coming face to face with Dhananjoy for the ultimate showdown.
The film’s story is gripping and interesting keeping you rooted throughout. The mystery between the characters is what keeps it all uptight. Indradip Dasgupta’s haunting background score adds just the right amount of thrill, making the movie really interesting.
The climax part of the movie is exceptional. This is the part where everything comes together. And the director did a great job in keeping the audience rooted until this point. The end of the movie is convincing.
So I would say you should give this film a look and ‘experience nail-biting thrill in the mysterious game of letters’ as they said in the trailer.
My Rating: 3.25/5
Here is the trailer of the movie which you can check out before going to watch the movie.
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When everything is sooo good then why 3.25 out of 5?