Kashmakash - Twitter Reviews

Not rated by wogma

I haven't gotten a chance to watch the film yet. Will try to catch it in the next couple of days. If not, will do a video review when it's out. Meanwhile take a look at the external reviews and twitter verdict.



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12 tweeters have given Kashmakash an average rating of 4.0/5.0(?)

9 yays
2 nays
1 so-so
  • Story_Tiller: #Kashmakash had a good buildup bt faild2 explore the real dilemma that haunts all its characters-being in love with 2 people @ the same time
  • sm63: Kashmakash - slow narrative. But nice change. Great feel of Bengal and India on 1920s. Continue to be impressed by Bengali art, cinema.. !!
  • Sethumadhavan: Kashmakash- if you can get over the atrocious dubbing then this one is a pleasant watch.Never thought I'll also like Riya Sen's performance
  • nivikapil: Watched Kashmakash Directed by Rituparno Ghosh, a film Worth a Kashmakash...This is a film worth your time
  • mastiii_channel: So... about the film #Kashmakash !Needless to say great #Story , Screenplay could have been more charming, actors are splendid though!
  • ksmnta: kashmakash is not the best Riporno movie you will see, a tad slow, certain places the story could have explored more
  • hirenantani: watched Kashmakash movie.....hats off to ruparno ghosh and ofcouse Ravindranath tagore
  • facenfacts: Movie Review: Rituparno fails to create magic with Kashmakash: How does one go about adapting a popular Rabindra... http://www.facenfacts.com/NewsDetails/9788/movie-review:-rituparno-fails-to-create-magic-with-kashmakash.htm?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter
  • CineMagik: Bloody awesome! I bow down to the magician called Rituparno Ghosh #Kashmakash What storytelling!
  • aninditaghose: Saw 'Noukadubi', the kosher Bengali version of 'Kashmakash' and it is stellar. No ambiguity about being a Rituparno Ghosh groupie anymore.
  • AnaditaSingh: 'Kashmakash' is a cinema par excellence. Re-creates Tagore's nostalgic and beautifully crafted story on the backdrop of 1920's
  • Aagan86: Watch Naukadubi/Kashmakash. Do watch it. More than any other reason, watch it for Riya Sen and @raimasen