Out Of Theatre

Goenda Gogol

Out Of Theatre
24 May, 2013 1 hr 51 mins U
Saheb Chatterjee, Rachna Banerjee, Indraneil Sengupta
Synopsis
A perfect film for summer holidays, kids can use this opportunity to join Gogol on his adventure
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  • Critic's Review
  • Times of India
A perfect film for summer holidays, kids can use this opportunity to join Gogol on his adventure

Move over Three Investigators and The Famous Five, our very own Gogol is here to take on any challenge that comes his way. Arindam De's Goenda Gogol is an interesting take on Samaresh Basu's Sonali Parer Rahashya. The story, written decades ago, has been rendered a contemporary touch for today's viewers. Now Gogol, the bespectacled kid, is a student of Class VI and happens to be a gadget freak. He carries his entire world inside his backpack — a compass, a magnifying glass and even a tab, which his father had got him from the US. Gogol likes to daydream and in his dreams, he kicks the hell out of everyone with his karate moves. Primarily targeted at children, the introductory scene of the film has been smartly packaged, which sets the ball rolling. For a change, the haunted house really seems scary! The director has used all the necessary ingredients — from sound effects to visuals — to shape this into a proper adventure flick. However, with the entry of too many characters, the plot loses its grip in the second half. The chase sequence where Ashoke tries to catch the villains on his bike is a tad comical; the poor special effect diluting the impact. While Indraneil as Ashoke lends credibility to his character — that of an undercover cop — with his personality and body language, Shaheb and Rachna do a good job as Gogol's (child artiste Ahijit) parents. The two kids, Ahijit and Payel, appear convincing for their age. The bad man, Debdoot as Professor Neel, is suitably dislikable and gives an impressive performance. A perfect film for summer holidays, kids can use this opportunity to join Gogol on his adventure
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Kushaldeep jindal
While Indraneil as Ashoke lends credibility to his character — that of an undercover cop — with his personality and body language, Shaheb and Rachna do a good job as Gogol's (child artiste Ahijit) parents. The two kids, Ahijit and Payel, appear convincing for their age. The bad man, Debdoot as Professor Neel, is suitably dislikable and gives an impressive performance. A perfect film for summer holidays, kids can use this opportunity to join Gogol on his adventur
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Kushaldeep jindal
While Indraneil as Ashoke lends credibility to his character — that of an undercover cop — with his personality and body language, Shaheb and Rachna do a good job as Gogol's (child artiste Ahijit) parents. The two kids, Ahijit and Payel, appear convincing for their age. The bad man, Debdoot as Professor Neel, is suitably dislikable and gives an impressive performance.<br/><br/>A perfect film for summer holidays, kids can use this opportunity to join Gogol on his adventur
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