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Topshe describing their tourist-experiences in Bombay, and then on location for the filming, is entertaining, but the mystery itself certainly could have used more fleshing-out -- as could the film-industry-related parts, since Ray obviously brings a lot of insider knowledge with him and what he does offer is good fun.

Antonio asks Bassanio to tell him about the clandestine love that Bassanio is harboring. The Calcuttan trio do some sightseeing and eventually also get to watch -- and even be part of -- the filming. The suspense is the real shocker here, it is plain startling. The story also bears a tone of sarcasm towards the making of a commercial film in India. Entertaining enough as a light, quick mystery, The Buccaneer of Bombay is a bit too thin and fast. Gore, a well known producer lives. During the process Victor, a stuntman, saw Feluda with his arms raised and thus jumped into the compartment to rescue him. While Feluda, Topshe and Lalmohan were sitting in the first class compartment of the train, Sanyal, a smuggler, who had asked Mr. Jatayu unquestioningly takes it and flies it across the country -- and hands it off at the airport. He had taken up the responsibility to deliver a packet which actually contained an extremely valuable necklace of historical importance. He threatened Lalmohan babu to return the real packet, pointing a gun towards him. With a couple of kung-fu stunts thrown in, this adventure has all the elements of a reel-life drama. There are some very tense moments in the plot alternated with relatively light moments. Salarino and Solanio suggest that his sadness must be due to his commercial investments, for Antonio has dispatched several trade ships to various ports.

There are some very tense moments in the plot alternated with relatively light moments. Retitled -- as 'Jet Bahadur', and with the novel's kung fu scenes included, it For all his success as an author, Jatayu hadn't made the successful leap to the big screen yet -- and has set his sights on real, rather than just local success; as Ray has Topshe note: As Bengali films didn't make money, he had set his heart on a Hindi film.

Gore had gone out to rent the train for shooting. When they learn of a murder in the building the next day, in which -- it's clear to them -- the man who took the package was involved, things take a darker turn. Gore, a well known producer lives. Everything is revealed at the end when the shooting in the train is taking place. With a couple of kung-fu stunts thrown in, this adventure has all the elements of a reel-life drama. A local, heavily perfumed producer named Sanyal asks a favor of hapless but always eager Jatayu: that he deliver a wrapped package to someone in Bombay. Salarino says it is impossible for Antonio not to feel sad at the thought of the perilous ocean sinking his entire investment, but Antonio assures his friends that his business ventures do not depend on the safe passage of any one ship. For all his success as an author, Jatayu hadn't made the successful leap to the big screen yet -- and has set his sights on real, rather than just local success; as Ray has Topshe note: As Bengali films didn't make money, he had set his heart on a Hindi film. In reply, Bassanio The story also bears a tone of sarcasm towards the making of a commercial film in India. He by mistake delivers the wrong packet containing one of his own books, Bandits of Bombay. Topshe describing their tourist-experiences in Bombay, and then on location for the filming, is entertaining, but the mystery itself certainly could have used more fleshing-out -- as could the film-industry-related parts, since Ray obviously brings a lot of insider knowledge with him and what he does offer is good fun. Feluda, of course, has some idea of what is going on -- but he lets things play out after taking the proper precautions , and eventually all the pieces fall neatly into place. It was up to Feluda now to solve the case which got more intriguing by the day, and his only lead was the scent of a perfume.

Entertaining enough as a light, quick mystery, The Buccaneer of Bombay is a bit too thin and fast. The story begins with a murder in a lift of a high-rise building where Mr. In the end, Feluda reveals the real face, Mr.

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Feluda, of course, has some idea of what is going on -- but he lets things play out after taking the proper precautionsand eventually all the pieces fall neatly into place. Orthofer, 2 July The Buccaneer of Bombay is a fairly basic thriller, and could have used a bit more padding.

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The Adventures of Feluda: The Bandits of Bombay by Satyajit Ray