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90 Ghanta
Directed by Sushanta Pal Choudhury
and Sougata Roy Burman
Produced by Swapan Ghosh
Starring Tota Roy Choudhury
Jishu Sengupta
Swastika Mukherjee
Music by Deb Chowdhury
Release date(s) 1 February 2008
Running time 120 minutes
Country India
Language Bengali

The Game –90 Ghanta (Bengali: ৯০ ঘন্টা "90 Hours")[1][2](2008) is a Bengali film Directed by Sushanta Pal Choudhury and Sougata Roy Burman.Psycho-thriller The Game – 90 Ghanta, produced by Swapan Ghosh and jointly directed by Sushanta Pal Choudhury and Sougata Roy Burman is one such offbeat movie. For Ghosh it isn't a first. He has produced films with unconventional stories like Shilpantar, Abhinetri, Sampradan and Kaantatar in the past.[3]

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Plot

This film has a strikingly different storyline. It tells the tale of George (Tota Roy Choudhury), Rishin (Jishu Sengupta) and his wife Mayuri (Swastika Mukherjee). When George takes up a contract killing assignment from Rishin, he doesn't know his target and client are the same person. Rishin is a schizophrenic who wants himself dead. On realising this, George is torn between his professional ethics and a genuine concern for a fellow human being. Things get complicated when George comes to know Rishin's wife Mayuri is his ex-girlfriend. Mayuri tries to convince him against killing her husband. Meanwhile George and Rishin have also bonded over a common passion, music. The film explores the dynamics of this complex scenario.

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Critical Reception

Shoma from Sifymovies said that 90 Hours is filled with chills and thrills. He went on to say that the film is "slickly made" with some outstanding performances.[2] A different opinion from the telegraph noted that "90 Ghanta has a smart script but falls short of becoming dark, sinister and unsettling due to poor directorial skills."[1]

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