Force (2014)

Posted: December 19, 2016 in Bangla 2010-2020, Bengali films, Prasenjit


For quite some time I had given up hope on mainstream Bengali films. But films like FORCE reinforces the belief that commercial Bangla films can be meaningful, entertaining and successful in showing societal issues of concern, like it was during the heydays of Uttam Kumar and Soumitro Chattopadhyay.

Prasenjit has matured to become one of the finest actors of contemporary Indian cinema. Just watch some of his recent films like MONER MANUSH, JAATISWAR, DOSAR or this one to marvel at his histrionic range. As a tough cop saddled with a special child, Prasenjit is brilliant. He works hard as a single parent to provide his child the normal upbringing necessary to grow up in life. Through love, training and dedication the child overcomes his disabilities and does well in athletic. He eventually takes up the profession of his father. Arpita Chatterjee in the role of a teacher of the special child does a commendable job. The child also deserves kudos for a great performance.

Among the songs, a particular number by Usha Uthup was quite lively…

Rating: 3.8 out of 5  

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