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Times of India
Bhujanga is a small-time thief who steals homes to fend his family as well as those of his close friends. During one of his theft missions, he chances upon young Rachana, a college student, who he falls in love instantly. Can they unite?
seems at least a decade too late given its storyline and treatment. The film aims to be a love story of a poor boy and rich girl, but the story ensures it falls prey to most tropes of the
entertainers - an extend comic track, an item number and some larger-than-life fight sequences.
The film begins with the introduction of a no-nonsense encounter specialist and soon jumps to the life of a small-time thief
and his different misadventures. Soon thereafter,
falls in love with a rich girl and there are duets and some romantic sequences to woo the young audience. The encounter specialist and
now end up crossing paths and not for the better.
, whose has his
box office outing with this film, gives the film his all and stands tall, despite the script failing him.
Raj gets to play the typical cutesy college girl and does a good job. While the lead pair stand out and have good chemistry, the director fails them with a shoddy love story. One is only left wondering how it a wasted opportunity and if only their chemistry was utilized better.
The film is set in the background of the caste cauldron the movie establishes how deeply the caste sentiments run even within our law enforcement systems, through a police station scene, where someone is let free owing to his community. It is also one of those young-love-against-the-system films, but the focus is not solely on the couple''''s attempts to brave the institutions, but a lot more.
Very nice direction. Prosenjit, he acted like God. Amazing acting. He has gone to a new level. No one dares to touch him or move him from where he''''''''s standing now. Great music by Anupam Roy. Must watch movie.
Agreed with you but the basic premise of this movie that Irfan kidnaps an innocent young boy to prove his point is wrong. This is cowardice, nothing else.