Detective Byomkesh Bakshy! Full Movie Hd 720pl 2021
Detective Byomkesh Bakshy! Full Movie Hd 720pl
byomkeshs first case, the disappearance of bhuvan, leads him to a japanese lady and a chinese gang, the opium trade in chinatown and the underworld that thrives in it. bhuvan is a young man, who is about to get married and commit himself to his life. his disappearance, no one is talking about it, and both the police and byomkesh are left clueless. so byomkesh decides to take it upon himself to investigate this case, and it turns out to be far more complicated than he thought it would be. the case also has its tragic end and as byomkesh goes after the man who has killed bhuvan, he finds himself in a situation where he has to choose between his country and his family. and this is when the film is at its most poignant.
byomkesh makes an inevitable decision to call off his search for bhuvan, but he finds that it isnt easy to do that. the film has two endings. in one, byomkesh gets absolved of all his crimes and takes bhuvans place in the wedding ceremony, and in the other byomkesh gets arrested for a crime he didnt commit. the film has a deliberate ambiguity about the ending, and bhuvans ghost hovers over the entire film, reminding byomkesh of his guilt, and the film ends with a triumphant byomkesh declaring that, after all he may not be a detective, but he is a proud indian.
the story unfolds over a span of just six months, starting from the time byomkesh first takes up the case of bhuvan, and ending with the final scene. but this is not the only way in which the film unfolds. byomkesh sometimes gets into situations where he doesnt have a choice, and then even if he does have a choice, its not easy for him to make a decision. he hesitates, hes torn, but eventually he makes a choice, and the film resolves itself in the end. banerjee isnt an experimentalist. he doesnt jump around all over the city, from one location to another, or make a film where the camera is physically placed in a location, in the way that other filmmakers do. the camera is with byomkesh, its his location, and banerjee wants us to see what he sees and feel what he feels. this is one reason why the screenplay is so strong – it has no fluff. it has the same amount of incidents as a feature film, but it has the power to last through the film. its a film with a sense of continuity.
there is a vacant house in the middle of calcutta. an abandoned house, not too far from the railway lines, the façade of which is crumbling. the door is open. byomkesh enters, he hears something rattling around. then, he finds a body, stabbed to death. its a case of murder, but that is not all. there is an ominous-looking box of chemicals, with a strangely familiar label. bakshys mind churns. he calls out to his fellow detective, asks for their help. this is not a case of a simple murder, a case of something far more sinister. as he delves deeper, he finds himself caught up in a web of spies, opium merchants and political figures.
so begins a journey of discovery, which brings us back to the boarding house. dr anukul guha is a carefree bachelor, not very close to any of his housemates. it is his job to administer free healthcare to the poor and infirm in calcutta. ajits dad is a regular, though. theres only one piece of information that he doesnt know. but he manages to find out that dr anukul guha is, in fact, a man called bakshy. his father, a chemical scientist, once worked for the empire, the french-japanese military alliance, as a weapons expert. when that organisation was disbanded, he went back to his native calcutta. but he wasnt the same person that he was before. his mind, and his memory, have been warped. bakshys father disappeared, and the idea of going back to calcutta, in those days, seemed like a death sentence to him. the break-up with his girlfriend, mona, also pushed him to take off. and so, he has been living a quiet life, a bit like a ghost.