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We have heard of black-ops undercover agent from CIA, KGB, DA etc, etc.. But probably for the first time in the history of Indian film industry we have a film where Intelligence Buro of India and National Data Center of India have been brought in main stream cinema. Kahaani is a nifty thriller with an enjoyment quotient that is indirectly proportionate to how long you spend thinking about the plot. It has a clear one line plot – a woman in search of her missing husband. And the filmmaker has promoted that well enough in the promos itself. So it becomes really important to maintain the attention of the audience and keep the thrill quotient high. Sujoy Ghosh excels in both the departments.
Kahaani is the story of Vidya Bagchi, a software programmer from London played by Vidya Balan, who is both heavily pregnant and missing a husband. She arrives in Kolkata and heads straight to the police station from the airport – a fact remarked upon by the cab driver who is intrigued and bemused by her. So are the cops. Vidya insists on staying at a seedy guesthouse, which proudly advertises running hot water because the employees include a young boy who runs to the rooms with a kettle of hot water. Vidya is helped in her quest by an earnest cop Rana, played by Parambrata Chattopadhyay. But her husband seems to have disappeared into thin air – there are no school records, no relatives, no immigration records for Arnab Bagchi. Director Sujoy Ghosh, who has co-written the story with Advaita Kala, keeps the tension tight and the volte-faces, frequent. Early in the film, Rana tells Vidya that everyone in Kolkata has two names, which here literally translates into two separate identities. So no one is what he claims to be. I especially enjoyed the unveiling of a dumpy-looking insurance agent. Ghosh cleverly uses Vidya’s pregnancy – every time she trips or even sweats too hard, you become afraid – and the city of Kolkata to engage us in his story. All the tourist attractions from Victoria Memorial to Howrah Bridge to Durga Puja are duly ticked off. But this is the first time the city seems dangerous and ominously frenzied – so much that even getting a cab at the airport is fraught with strain.
The frame of the view was very cleverly focused on the characters to keep the viewers engrossed to the story. Wide angles were used very few times to capture the city. However at times various aspects of Kolkata were projected which did not have any relevance to the story. Director Sujoy Ghosh has cleverly used the frame to take the viewers on a tour around Kolkata while narrating the story.