By now, most of us have already seen the PIKU Trailer. But we thought of looking into it a little closer & look for tell tale PURE BONG material! We were pleasantly surprised!
What follows, are 14 things that should make every Bong smile about the PIKU trailer! It is also a little about us tipping our hat to Mr Shoojit Sircar & his soon to release creation!
THE BEARDED, PART DEAF BUT STRAIGHT TALKING DADU
The Big B as a Bengali dadubhai?
Chokhe jol eshe gelo…
THE SCENES ON CALCUTTA STREETS
I know that street !
That’s how your Bong friend will shout in a Bengaluru movie hall !
DEEPIKA – THE NEW BANGAALAN
Move aside Bidya Madam… Deepika eshe geche!
THE ANGRY BONG GIRL
Those fiery eyes…
If you know a Bong woman, then you know what we are talking about!
THE MOTION vs EMOTION –
If you don’t know what this chair is, go ask a Bong!
The GANGAR GHAT & JETTY
(with a CHICKEN ROLL!)
A jetty, a boy & a girl & chicken roll – A Calcutta Love story ?
THE LOOSE HAVANA CAP
That’s how most Bong gents still carry their cool!
THE QUINTESSENTIAL HOWRAH BRIDGE
A new angle, leaves you wondering “Where was the cameraman standing?”
THE IRRITABLE (still lovely!) MOUSHUMI-MASHIMA
You know that expression if you have even one aunt who scolds you for random reasons!
THE LAAL DALAAN & ALPONA
This IS Bengal! This is how an angaan/courtyard ought to look like!
This is where most Bongs got inspiration for their poetry
(also romanced the parar sundori!)
ARTWORKS IN A BENGALI HOME
Bongs love art. PERIOD.
And when you see Ramkrishna deb, Sarada Maa & Raja Ravi Varma artwork on a wall, you bow to Mr Sircar for his excellent eye for detail!
(CIRCULAR RAIL IN KOLKATA)
YES, the local train line runs parallel to the Ganga in Calcutta!
Beat that Mumbai!
Be right back – You can go ahead and watch the trailer
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Staff Writer & Beer Buyer at BONGFeed
Teen Kori (translates to THREE PIPS) is the lazy, laid back, food loving Bong bibliophile who can spend days sitting on his arm chair and doodling or reading while there's a steady supply of colored fluids and music.
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