The film was released on 19 December It is the first film which stars Abir Chatterjee as Feluda. This was going to be a reboot to previous Feluda film series after Royal Bengal Rahashya. It was declared by Sandip Ray instead of continuing the reboot series he will continue the previous Feluda film series after Royal Bengal Rahashya and Sabyasachi Chakrabarty will return as Feluda and Shaheb Bhattacharya will return as Topshe. For the cancellation of the reboot series Badshahi Angti is now considered as a stand-alone reboot film.
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Pageviews for each item are divided by the aggregate number of pageviews generated by the items displayed. Watch the video. Feluda and his gang gets invited to North Bengal by a wealthy Zamindar to solve a piece of a puzzle supposedly leading to buried "treasure", but things take a turn for the unexpected with a Byomkesh Bakshi is a Bengali Detective who is called upon for a spine-chilling case with his assistant cum friend Ajit.
Detective Feluda, with the help of his nephew Topshe and the writer Jatayu, investigates smuggling and illegal trading in ancient sculptures across India. Famed detective Byomkesh Bakshi investigates the murder of a man who had just thrown a party to celebrate his recovery from a long illness.
On vacation in the foothills of Himalayas with his wife, Satyabati, and his best friend, Ajit, private investigator Byomkesh gets embroiled in a simple photograph theft, which is quickly followed by a gruesome murder. The police seeks help from Byomkesh to solve the murder mystery of a wealthy old man Benimadhab and his servant Meghraj.
He and Ajit find the case submerged in crooked intentions of family members. A sudden violent storm takes Kolkata by sutprise. Byomkesh Bakshi travails the dark jungles of Dooars solving an enigma of a ghostrider amidst a series of murders in north Bengal.
The story revolves around a retired judge, Mr. Sen, living in a farmhouse on the outskirts of the city. The people who stay in the colony are a handful of social outcasts. One day, the A murder gone wrong, leaving four suspects on the way in the eastern coalfield region of India.
A very much experienced police detective Mr. A lustful spoilt brat gives Byomkesh a task Feluda and his cousin Topshe goes to Lucknow with Topshe's father to spend the Puja vacation. They arrived at the house of Dhirendra Kumar Sanyal, a friend of Topshe's father. That evening Dr. Shrivastav also came to Dhirendra Kumar Sanyal and tells him about last night, a thief tried to steal his 'Ring of Aurangzeb' The Emperor's Ring which was given to him by Pyarilaal Seth.
After the incident Dr. Shrivastav has been afraid and asks Dhirendra Kumar Sanyal to keep the ring safe. Dhirendra Kumar Sanyal agreed and keeps the ring to his home.
But someday the ring goes missing from there. Then Feluda and Topshe started investigation for the culprit. Meanwhile, Feluda meets an interesting person in doctor's neighborhood, Mr. Bonobihari Sarkar. Bonobihari babu has ferocious and poisonous creatures like crocodile, African tiger, hyena, rattlesnake, scorpion and black widow spider in his own home.
Feluda also meets Mahavir, late Pyarilal's son and a film actor who believes a foul play The film is quite impressive when compared to Sandip Ray's previous films.
Simply put it's a good story told to a tee. The positive factors are the tight script, well supported background music, and the nice use of camera in giving us a taste of Nawabi Lucknow. Yes, the film could have been better.
There are certain aspects which could have made a difference like the acting prowess of Soumitra Chatterjee to bring alive the character, intelligent and tighter script for which Satyajit Ray was well known, and lastly the presence of Jatayu to add another dimension though we do not have Jatayu in the story of Badshahi Angti. These aspects together could have provided a much tighter integration with the concept of Feluda that is so well ingrained in the minds of middle-class Bengali.
But shortcomings are simply beyond the control of the present director. So it is not fair to always fall back on earlier films of Satyajit Ray, and come out with a criticism. On the contrary we should praise the fact that in spite of all the inherent shortcomings Sandip Ray has managed to come with a smart and absorbing Feluda film.
So, watch the film as it is without carrying the past movies in mind. Thanks to Sandip Ray and his whole film unit in making this Feluda film a success. Sign In. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. Full Cast and Crew. Release Dates. Official Sites. Company Credits. Technical Specs. Plot Summary. Plot Keywords. Parents Guide.
External Sites. User Reviews. User Ratings. External Reviews. Metacritic Reviews. Photo Gallery. Trailers and Videos. Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Rate This. A well-known detective must catch a thief who seems to be trying to steal the ring of the long-dead Mughal emperor Aurangzeb. Director: Sandip Ray. Writers: Sandip Ray screenplay , Satyajit Ray novel.
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Badshahi Angti Movie Review
This novel was first serialized in Sandesh magazine in the year — It was then released in book form in by Ananda Publishers. This is the first Feluda novel created by Satyajit Ray. Feluda now works for a bank. They reach Dhiru Kaka's house.
Sandip Ray’s ‘Badshahi Angti’ to have fresh-face Abir Chatterjee
It is not easy to fill in to Satyajit Ray's shoes. In fact, no one really attempts to do it either, not even his son, filmmaker Sandip Ray. But how does one keep his legacy alive? Sandip Ray adapts the first book from his father's popular 'Feluda' series for his latest big screen outing. Starring actor Abir Chatterjee as the popular detective, 'Badshahi Angti' makes the viewer travel through Lucknow, Haridwar and Rishikesh in search of a bejeweled ring dating back to the Mughal period.
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