Trailer of the movie “Habji Gabji”
Many people still consider Raj Chakraborty as a remake specialist director but the people who have closely observed his filmography they will know his true potential as a story teller. He can tell a good story in true mainstream movie format that looks and feels engaging to the audience, no matter the story idea is original or remake. He has proved that several times including his last film Parineeta which was a big success. Now he is all set to reaffirm it again with his upcoming film Habji Gabji that features Parambrata Chatterjee and Subhashree Ganguly in the lead roles. The film is scheduled to release on this Christmas. The film is centered around a kid and his parents and is targeted for family audiences so Christmas will be the perfect season for its release.
Recently the trailer of the film has been released on the occasion of Children’s Day. The film is about obsession of a young kid for mobile gaming. It shows how the violence of this mobile games are affecting his innocent mind. The story idea that has been conceptualized by director Raj Chakraborty himself, is definitely very relevant in our current society where one can find such mobile addicted kid in almost every household. Despite of knowing the adverse effects of such addiction towards mobile, gaming , internet surfing people are encouraging their kids towards that sometimes knowingly sometime unknowingly. As audience we are thankful to Raj Chakraborty for focusing one such important issue that too in a mainstream movie that will assure a wider reach for the film to more people.
Other than the story the other highlight of Habji Gabji is its lead pair. Both Parambrata and Subhashree who are playing young parents in the film are looking very convincing in their parts. Although the same can not be said about the popular child actor Samantak Dyuti Maitra who is playing their son in the film. In the trailer his acting is looking very loud that is not in sync with the tone of the film. It may be intentionally designed considering the need of the story, it will be more clear after watching the film. The trailer definitely raises interest about the film for a socially relevant story and promising cast but the trailer could have been edited in a better way. The trailer reveals a lot about the story along with unnecessary explanation. Hopefully the film will restrict itself from too much spoon feeding and show more faith on the intelligence of its audience.