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REVIEW : THE GREAT INDIAN BUTTERFLY

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REVIEW : THE GREAT INDIAN BUTTERFLY

Film: THE GREAT INDIAN BUTTERFLY
Rating: 3/5
Banners: White Feather Films, Eros Entertainment, Next Gen
Cast: Aamir Bashir, Sandhya Mridul, Koel Puri, Shibani Kashyap, Barry John
Music: Shibani Kashyap, Deepak Pandit, Gourov Dasgupta, Vivek Philip
Cinematography: Shankar Raman
Director: Sarthak Dasgupta
Producers: Sanjay Gupta, Parth Arora
Release Date: April 2, 2010
 
Story:

An interesting tale, the story begins with Krish (Aamir) and his wife Meera (sandhya) who set out from Mumbai to Goa. They are on a special mission- to locate the Great Indian Butterfly which is very rare and considered extinct. Those who posses it will have unending happiness, peace and success. The journey begins and during this, both Krish and Meera begin to explore the missing links in their relationship. They also discover few facts about their lives in this process. Whether they are successful in getting the butterfly and what happens after that forms the rest of the story.
 
Presentation:
The director has come up with a conceptual theme and he has managed to present it well. The narrative was also good except for few unwanted things. The dialogues were simple, the script was neat and the screenplay was effective. Background score suits the moods but the songs were unnecessary and not appealing. Editing was required at few places while the costumes were trendy and stylish. Art department was good. Aamir has given a splendid performance and more should be seen of him. Same is the case with Sandhya who has shown strong potential, they must be given more opportunities. Shibani sizzles in the item song, Koel was seductive, Barry was alright.
 
Conclusion:
The film runs more on the relationship aspect between couples and given the subject, it will appeal to a very select audience. While the first half goes about in a good fashion, the second half stutters with unwanted scenes and songs but the climax makes up for it. There is nothing for the mass audience and the entertainment factor is less. This is more for the urban couple and the metro audience who are caught up with their busy lives. Commercially, this would require word of mouth in the multiplexes but as such, the film has been made well and with sense.
 
Bharatstudent Verdict : For select audience only, can be watched

Tags: Review: The Great Indian Butterfly, Aamir Bashir, Sandhya Mridul, Koel Puri, Shibani Kashyap, Barry John, Sarthak Dasgupta
Posted On : 2nd April, 2010
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