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Posto – A Review

Posto – A Review

  • Directed By:
    • Nandita Roy
    • Shiboprosad Mukherjee
  • Produced By: Windows Production House
  • Written By: Nandita Roy
  • Cast:
    • Soumitra Chatterjee
    • Lily Chakraborty
    • Jisshu Sengupta
    • Mimi Chakraborty
    • Paran Bandopadhyay
    • Sohini Sengupta
    • Arghya Basu Roy
  • Distributed By:
    • Windows Production House
    • Eros International
  • Release Date: 12 May 2017
  • Language: Bengali



The modern society has given rise to ambitious people to whom the importance of their work life often gains the priority compared to the vital relationships. To bring out this practice that we often end up with both consciously and unconsciously, the duo of Nandita Roy and Shiboprosad Mukherjee have brought to the audience yet another heart-wrenching story.

The film centralizes on a happy, modern-day family in which, to the seven-year-old boy, Posto, the world is his grandparents as Posto’s parents are busy with work and, hence, they hardly get to spend time with their only son. A situation arises when they get the splendid opportunity to settle abroad to pursue their work and, hence, they try to drag along Posto with them who totally refuses to give in because he is unwilling to stay without his grandparents. And, when the family is unable to come to a mutual decision, the case is dragged to the courtroom where the pangs of living without the loved ones are brought out to the audience in a way that makes even a stone-hearted person shed tears. What happens next? Watch the movie to find out.

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