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Khashi Katha will leave you in splits, punch you in the gut with myriad human emotions, bring you face to face with death, tragedy and reality, nudge you to develop a liking for petty criminals and yet, make you exit the hall with a smile. That, in a nutshell, is good cinema. But then again, we just can't get carried away by a goat's tale, can we? The operation table is laid, the tools are in place. It's time for some dissection.<br/><br/>Technical stuff first and full marks to Surjodeep Ghosh for the camera work. He certainly knows how to use light, or the lack of it, to great effect. The continuity elements, too, are bang on. But guess that's editor Tamal Chakraborty and director Judhajit Sarkar's department. The best part of the movie, however, is the talking goat. While the voiceover by Kanchan Mallik is all about hilarious eloquence, the creativity that went into making the goat speak with expressions is what takes the cake. Hats off to the animation team for achieving such a high level of realism!