Baksha Rahasya

Baksha Rahasya

Famous Bengali private investigator Pradosh C. Mitter (Feluda) is hired by wealthy businessman Dinnanath Lahiri. His suitcase has been accidentally exchanged with someone on the Kalka Mail....

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:1996
  • Language:Bengali
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on novel,  

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Collin R (nl) wrote: its very typical nothing really to say theres nothing special about it

Jason R (mx) wrote: wasn't a fan of this, watched it only ause it was on tv and I had nothing better to do.

Darren H (mx) wrote: Tsui Hark displays both technical and artistic prowess in this breathless action classic.

Pramod N (de) wrote: I became Shahrukh's fan after watching his movie.. one of his best performances.

Steve D (es) wrote: One of the only cate blanchett movies I didn??t fall asleep during. A fun time. The other two stars are wonderful

Gavin S (us) wrote: This is hardly one of Toho's best giant monster films, but damn if it isn't fun nonetheless. When a remote region of Japan turns out to be home to a rare species of butterfly, several curious scientists go to investigate and arrogantly ignore the locals' warnings about their God, Baradagi, who does not like trespassers. Of course, Baradagi is quite real and he does indeed dislike strangers. Worse than that, he's nigh-indestructible and he can fly! This is definitely a lot of fun to watch, especially when compared to the dreadfully dull American edit. It moves along at a brisk pace and wastes very little time getting to the monster. It's not nearly as compelling as GOJIRA, but it doesn't need to be. It suffers a little from some completely unnecessary stock footage use--very obviously borrowed from GOJIRA--but the original effects are all quite good. It's really a shame that Varan hasn't attained the same level of fame as Rodan and Mothra, as he's a very unique critter.