Story: Aami Je Tomar is a revenge drama revolving around a ghost.
Spoiler alert: So, first a man (Deb
played by Dheeraj Pandit) rapes a ghost (Mana played by Suparna Malakar). The enraged ghost kills him revealing to the resultant ghost that she tricked him into raping her so she could kill him and use his body to avenge the madman (Mukul Nag), who had raped her when she was actually alive. Confused? There's more. Thereafter, a manly woman ghost (a sickening combo of Dheeraj's body and Suparna's sari and voice) goes and tricks the madman into trying to rape her again. After a lot of high voltage (read comically embarrassing) hide-and-seek between ghost and madman-with-eunuch-fetish, ghost wins and kills madman with some kung-fu-esque blows to his nether regions. Then, female ghost forgives male Deb
ghost because she doesn't want his wife to suffer for his crime (Catharsis? Must be). Man comes alive and repents for crime. Ghost, satisfied, leaves the world for heaven. Or hell! The end.
Have you ever watched a movie that combines the genres of horror, comedy, romance, drama, fantasy and the absurd? Well, here's your chance. For horror, you have cacophonic laughter and vanishing shadows. For comedy, you have madman jumping like frog to
beats. For romance, you have girl singing and dancing in dream sequence. For drama, you have father having heart attack. For fantasy, you have dead man coming alive. And for the absurd, you have the entire movie.
As for performances, Dheeraj does an amazing job. As the manly woman ghost. Mukul Nag tries to do an Asutosh Rana of Sangharsh. And his sangharsh is palpable on screen. Suparna Malakar looks pretty and is, by far, the best of the lot when it comes to acting.
As for the direction, music, editing and screenplay, do you still care?