A basic yet viable screenplay, Tasher Ghar portrays the account of the tragic Mrs. Sujata whose situations are like numerous ladies the nation over amidst the lockdown, while serving her disagreeable spouse however being mercilessly mishandled all through. She discovers comfort in her family errands and sustaining the plants in her nursery. The isolation is charming to her as long as she isn\t hindered by another interest in food from her better half. She appreciates the fragrance of everything around, accepts that each smell accompanies a shading n passes on something. As she continues to portray her predicament in an impartial tone, the annoyance made by mice around the house is an illustration of her challenges in this house. Before long she applies a similar solution for disposing of her significant other as she accomplished for her similarly inconvenient mother by marriage a few years back. The film is flawlessly shot, the camera work is great however what stands apart to me are the mind-boggling exchanges made to communicate Sujata\s mindset all through. Furthermore, the fabulous Insignia Ji is astounding, lively, and persuading on her part, as she murmurs \Amar Mukti Aloy\ with those articulations at the last scene is amazing and unprecedented. <br> <br>An evangelist crusade on women\s liberation and pointless underwriting of Late Rituporno Ghosh, who has no association with the film or story other than the name of the film which is the name of his home. A must-watch movie.