Gosain Baganer Bhoot

    Gosain Baganer Bhoot  (Movie, VCD)

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      How often we all wish for the impossible to be possible - even if it was so,for just a short while. Suppose, your Maths teacher has given you a sum which is almost impossible to work out;you spend hours trying to solve it. Now wouldnt it be wonderful if some unearthly power helped you solve it in twenty seconds flat? A similar kind of ghostly influence could help you score a double century in a cricket match. It could help you soar up and up and higher when you polevault in your annual sports - and you win! A small boy named Burun really did all these and surprised the whole town. But did he achieve those miraculous fears all by himself? Yes, he did, only with a wee bit of help from Nidhiram. Nidhiram is a ghost. Yes. A friendly ghost from the deep jungles of Gosainbagan. When Burun got only thirteen marks for maths in his final exam he was completely heart broken. Life became very difficult for him after that because his parents became awfully strict. So one day he ran away to the Gosainbagan jungle. There he met Nidhiram the Ghost - who soon became Nidhida for Burun. When Burun returned home their friendship continued to grow and life became more and more entertaining. Soon the impossible became a reality.
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      • Actor
        • Kanchan Mallick, Saswata Chatterjee, Ashish Vidyarthi, Kharaj Mukherjee, Paran Bandopadhyay, Tinnu Anand, Victor Banerjee, Dedipya Ganguly, Shankar Chakraborty
      • Title
        • Gosain Baganer Bhoot
      • Category
        • Movies
      • Format
        • VCD
      • Language
        • Bengali
      • Year
        • 2012
      • Manufacturer
        • Eagle Distributors
      • Video Encoding
        • NTSC
      • Number Of Discs
        • 2
      • Subtitles
        • English
      • Language Supported
        • 199
      • Genre
        • Drama, Children
      Ratings and Reviews
      2 Ratings &
      1 Reviews
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      Watch it with the eyes of a child.....or else you could be disappointed!

      This film is based on the book of the same name, written by Shirshendu Mukhopadhyay, and which has attained cult status in Bengal, ever since it was first published in the late Seventies. However, the film fails to live up to the expectations, as director Nitish Roy takes too many cinematic liberties with the film, thereby deviating from the main book, which was a reader's delight! The film, in turn, disappoints and misses many cinematic opportunities to be a viewer's delight! But then,as adu...


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