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The director, it seems, wanted a safe bet and hence, within 15 minutes of the film, the audience could clearly deduce what was to come.
Prem (Pratik), a rich man���s son sets eyes on Anjali (Koel), the only daughter of a teacher at a hill station. They fall for each other hook, line and sinker. With nothing to take the story forward, the audience had to bear with the Prem-Anjali romance. The ���twist��� was supposed to be provided by a spoilt brat of a local don wanting to
marry Anjali. After that, it was all history.
The director could have done a better job had the script been a little less disastrous. He didn���t even have the brains to capture the beauty of the hill station. It seemed like the tea gardens were the only location that found favour with him. Nanigopal and Arunabha, who���ve scored music for the film have clearly put in a lot of effort, but the poorly-written lyrics by Gopal and Arunabha are not enough to strike a chord. The only track, Du diner pirite by Raghab Chattopadhyay is still hummable.
Newbie Pratik needs to understand that finally, it���s performance that will help him stick around at a time when there is no dearth of competition from fresh faces.