Dracula Sir is all about reincarnation, revolution, and existential crisis. A tale of rebirth is also dealt in here, within the shades of storytelling, this film gets better in every aspect. Dealing with political ideology and social emotions, Dracula Sir narrates a complex brief about life, certainty, and a twisted tale of a common man, called Dracula Sir.
The screenplay is interesting and engaging from the very beginning, the story gets more twisted with each and every chapter through the plot. Debaloy Bhattacharya has crafted the story well, the way of presentation outshines the whole plot.
It’s a journey into the thoughts of a person who is seeking the truth for himself. Raktim finds himself surrounded by some past. The most intriguing scene from the film is where a psychiatrist tries to ask Raktim the reason why he pretends to be Amol Shome reborn after his death in the ’70s.
While we all are conceptualized from the very beginning that vampires mostly appear in horror shows, Debaloy Bhattacharya has recreated the whole notion of Dracula in a modern way of filming. This film provides a larger than life experience all through.
Featuring Anirban Bhattacharya as the protagonist and Mimi Chakraborty, Bidipta Chakraborty, and Rudranil Ghosh in major roles, Dracula Sir states a story of a common man who is being called Dracula Sir. The storyline is absolutely intriguing, and the whole cast has performed brilliantly to outshine the whole concept around the film.