Aami Joy Chatterjee
Aami Joy Chatterjee Film review

Last week Manoj Michigan directorial Aami Joy Chatterjee starring Abir Chatterjee, Jaya Ahsan, Sataf Figar and Sabyasachi Chakraborty released. It is not merely a film, but 114 minutes of a psychological journey which will take you on a ride, with or without your consent. The storyline of the film is based on soul travel or spirit walking with specific humanitarian inputs.

It’s the first production by Shivanggi Choudharry, one of the younger generation producers who looks promising. After ‘Aborto’ and ‘Bisarjon’, this time again Jaya Ahsan stars opposite Abir, playing a supporting role though in a perfect way as Aditi. Shataf Figar as ACP Dutta deserves a special mention obviously! Not to forget Shataf, who with each film is growing in stature as an actor.

Manas Ganguly does a commendable job with the lens. Some top shots of roads captured on celluloid make the journey smoother. The film has mostly been shot in Kolkata along with small portions filmed in Kalimpong, Darjeeling, and Siliguri sites. The crisp editing and strong performance by Abir and other actors will keep you riveted till the end and this movie will definitely inspire your soul. So, if you not watched the movie yet, then hurry up and grab your seat at your nearest cinema hall.

Enjoy The Trailer Here