Jekhanay Bhooter Bhoy

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  • NR
  • 2012
  • 1 hr 36 min
  • 6.9  (989)

Jekhane Bhooter Bhoy is a 2012 Indian supernatural fantasy film directed by Sandip Ray. The film is based on three popular Bengali ghost stories written by Satyajit Ray, the renowned filmmaker's father. Starring Paran Banerjee, Saswata Chatterjee, and Abir Chatterjee in pivotal roles, Jekhane Bhooter Bhoy combines the elements of horror, mystery, and comedy to deliver an entertaining cinematic experience.

The movie revolves around three distinct ghost stories, each with its own unique narrative and set of characters. All three stories take place in different time periods but are interconnected thematically. The film begins with the introduction of an old dilapidated mansion where a group of children take refuge from a thunderstorm. The children, played by Soham, Samadrita, and Aranya, find themselves stuck in the mansion and decide to entertain themselves by sharing ghost stories. It is these stories that form the premise of the film.

The first story, "Brown Saheber Bari," is set during the British Raj era. Paran Banerjee portrays the role of a landlord named Mr. Brown who resides in a sprawling mansion. The story follows the mysterious events that unfold when a group of guests, including a young detective played by Saswata Chatterjee, spend the night at the mansion. As the night progresses, a series of eerie occurrences and inexplicable happenings take place, unraveling the truth behind the dilapidated mansion's disturbing past.

The second story, "Bhoot Bhobisyot," is set in contemporary Kolkata. Abir Chatterjee plays the role of a young and struggling film director named Animesh, who becomes captivated by a famous actress. Animesh is convinced that the late actress communicates with him through her old films and seeks his help to solve her unfinished business in the world of the living. As Animesh delves deeper into the investigation, he encounters a quirky group of ghosts who have all met untimely deaths and are now engaged in their own amusingly unresolved affairs.

The final story, "Lakshindey Showbiz," is set in the 1970s. This tale unfolds in the world of theater and revolves around an ambitious actor named Gobindo (played by Saswata Chatterjee). Gobindo has a chance encounter with a renowned playwright, played by Paran Banerjee, who offers him a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to play the lead role in his upcoming production. As Gobindo enthusiastically embraces the opportunity, he soon realizes the mysterious and eerie aspects of the theater and the unsettling secrets hidden within the theater's walls.

As the children listen to these gripping ghostly tales, they realize the significance of the stories and how they resonate with their own lives. Through the course of the film, they also encounter a range of eccentric characters who further enhance the intertwining narratives.

Jekhane Bhooter Bhoy skillfully amalgamates elements of horror, suspense, and humor to create a thrilling cinematic experience. The film captures the essence of Satyajit Ray's storytelling prowess, as his distinctive narrative style and attention to detail come alive on the screen. From atmospheric cinematography to hauntingly beautiful music, the movie takes audiences on an enchanting and immersive journey into the world of ghosts and spirits.

With its engaging screenplay, remarkable performances, and stunning visual effects, Jekhane Bhooter Bhoy is a celebration of the supernatural genre in Bengali cinema. Compelling and thought-provoking, the film showcases the timeless appeal of ghost stories and the enduring power of storytelling itself.

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  • Release Date
  • MPAA Rating
  • Runtime
    1 hr 36 min
  • Language
    Bengali, Bangla
  • IMDB Rating
    6.9  (989)