At a college in the hills, Krishanu 'Tintin' Chatterjee (Dev), an aspiring cartoonist, befriends Rohini Sen (Rukmini), and the two fall in love. They are about to marry when their parents' past rears its ugly head. What happened to them after that? Will Tintin and Rohini ever find their happily ever after, or will their relationship be doomed? You must see the movie to find out the answers to all the questions.
Why should you watch Kishsmish?
The movie has a new, distinct spirit that's been lost in Bengali cinema for many years. A delightful rom-com with excellent screenplay and music. Apart from that, Dev and Rukmini's chemistry appears to be adorable.
Kishmish's whole cast and crew performed an outstanding performance. The best part of the movie was Kharaj Mukharjee's performance as Goblu, a loud-mouthed, football-crazed Kalighat resident who adores his strict wife, Pubali aka Anjana. His accurate comic timing & acting were excellent, and his mannerisms were immaculate as usual.
The movie begins with a riot of laughter, with Tintin's father (Kharaj) coming into play as a frustrated father who is fed up with Tintin's habit of failing exams. He pulls a few strings to get his son accepted into a college in the hills for his third year of Bachelor's degree. The duo, Tintin and Rohini, meet there and fall in love. The chemistry between both lovebirds and parents, along with their pasts, is another element of the movie that director-writer Rahool has skillfully written. Rituparna Sengupta, Paran Bandopadhyay, Jisshu Sengupta, Ankush, and Srabanti Chatterjee make brief appearances. The role of Tintin's grandaunt is also endearingly played by Lily Chakraborty.
The animations in the movie are excellent and provide a youthful and vibrant flair to the story. The animated scene where Tintin first meets Rohini is pretty remarkable, as are the portions that advance the plot.
Overall, Kishmish is a suitable storyline for people of all ages. Two and a half hours may seem long, but the plot promises to be the most uplifting love story you've ever seen, so you'll forget about it in a flash. Raisins, as in kishmish, will undoubtedly enhance even the most robustly flavoured cuisine. The same is true for Dev and Rukmini's movie Kishmish. It has it all, from the riot of colours to the shared laughter to the savoury link of family. As a result of the aesthetics presented, the character development, and the complex cast, it is sure to exceed your expectations. It is a must-see.
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