Gumnaami Bengali Full Movie Details – An Untold Story Of Subhash Chandra Bose

Gumnaami Full Movie

Gumnaami is a 2019 Bengali movie based on one of the biggest mysteries of India. The movie talks about Subhash Chandra Bose’s death & a character named Gumnaami Baba claimed to be Netaji. The 2 main characters of this movie are played by Prosenjit Chatterjee and Anirban Bhattacharya. The trailer of the movie leaves us to discuss what exactly happens to Netaji during the plane crash. Hence, we are here with Gumnaami Full Movie details.

Gumnaami Full Movie Details

Cast & Crew:

  • Director: Srijit Mukherji
  • Producers: Mahendra Soni and Shrikant Mohta
  • Lead Actors: Prosenjit Chatterjee and Anirban Bhattacharya
  • Supporting Characters: Tnusree Chakraborty, Biplab Dasgupta, Shyamal Chakraborty

Gumnaami Movie Trailer

The trailer for Gumnaami movie was released on 14 Aug 2019 and till now the trailer has received more than 400k views. Also, the trailer reveals that the movie is based on the time when a plane crashed in Taiwan where Netaji Subhash Chandra was traveling to meet the Russian captivity. On the other hand, the trailer also reveals the untold story about Netaji Subash Chandra and Mahathma Gandhi’s discussion.

Gumnaami Release Date

It looks like the filmmakers of Gyumnaami movie wanted to set the release on a special day. Hence, they have planned to release the Gumnaami movie on 2nd October 2019, which is also Gandhi Jayanti.

Gumnami full details and movie review: Netaji’s disappearance mystery, some real, some dreams

Pretty creative and his team’s research and homework. You will find much unknown information by watching this film, you will hear some familiar songs, and you will get a very handsome presentation.

Gumnami movie cast: Prasenjit Chattopadhyay, Anirban Bhattacharya, Tanushree Chakraborty

Movie director: Created by Mukherjee

Gumnami movie rating: 2.5 / 5

Well, there was no need to argue so much about this film. While it has been said from the beginning that one of the main motivations of the film is Anuj Dhar and Chandrachur Ghosh’s book ‘Conundrum: Subhas Bose’s life after death’, it is essential to say that the reason for Netaji’s plane crash will be raised against the mysterious death.

 It has been so. SC Bose was not killed in a flight mishap near Taekhoku Airport in Taipei (then Formosa) on August 7, 2014, according to Anuj and Chandrachud’s 5-year research book. Not only that, no aircraft had flown that day, and at the behest of Netaji, the Japanese army’s top officials had carefully crafted the story of the plane crash. Netaji had entered Manchuria in Russia, from there to Nepal and finally set foot in India

The viewer sees the moon with the eyes of Chandrachur. As a result, his argument about the mystery of Netaji’s death is gaining prominence, although, from the very start of the movie, it is clear that there are three possible solutions to the puzzle.

It should be pointed, that the Indian Government has constituted three commissions on Netaji’s so-called disappearance after independence. The Shahnawaz Committee was formed in the year 5, which was headed by Netaji’s one-time warrior and the then MP Shahnawaz Khan. The report of the committee said that Subhash Chandra died in a plane crash. But Subhash Bose is alive,

 In the wake of this rumour, the Central Government formed the Commission again in the wake of the retired Chief Justice of the Punjab High Court, GD Khosla, who, according to Chandrachud, was long-standing “anti-Netaji”. The Commission also supports the theory of air crashes.

The Government of India constituted a third commission headed by retired Justice Manojkumar Mukhopadhyay in the Supreme Court. Chandrachur and members of his ‘Mission Netaji’ organization, including Anuj, were present to present the information to the Commission.

 After an extended six-year investigation, the Mukherjee Commission submitted its report on November 7. The report says that there is no compelling evidence that Netaji was killed in a plane crash. Still, it is undoubtedly the claim that he spent most of the rest of his life in India under the disguise of an anonymous father of Faizabad. That is, the smoke did not dissipate.

 The report was submitted to Parliament on May 7, but the then Government rejected it. As a result, the theory of death in a plane crash is still officially established. Contrary to this theory, the book of Anuj and Chandrachud, and the picture of creation in the passage, where we see, how the disappearance of Netaji in the guise of an assignment transforms the life of a journalist Chandrachud.

 There is no new to say about the quality of the performance, or the artistry, or the detailing of the creative. Before the release of the film, Prasenjit’s ‘look’ in the role of Netaji was curious. Don’t be disappointed in that way, the audience has genuinely amazed him, with a lot of relaxed acting and body language.

A similar effect was made by Anirvan, who has been in the lion’s share of the film. Because the apparent aim of the film is to follow the Commission’s inquiry process neutrally, in fact, it is often the story of Chandrachud’s research and struggle. History-minded viewers will be disappointed if they hope to dig a little deeper into the Commission’s inquiry process.

The lack of depth is felt in many other places, and in the end, it seems that the created canvas is a little too big, causing the film to not go into the depth of the investigation process. What we hear is that we do not see Chandrachur’s face, on the whole, the details of his or her commission activities. Also, as the end of the film moves a little early, there is no time to twist the incident.

 However, the biography presented by Netaji and the anonymous father in an almost ‘thriller’ ring in white and black and colourful flashbacks is quite enjoyable and well-crafted and his team’s research and homework. You will find much unknown information by watching this film, you will hear some familiar songs, and you will get a very handsome presentation. The plans for some scenes are genuinely exceptional, such as the anonymous father’s nightly conversation with Chandrachur.

Altogether, look at the puja ‘anonymity’. If anything, the mystery that has plagued Bengal for a long time is aimed at solving it.