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Times of India
Finally a Tolly script that deals with the story of an aspiring actress offering her booty to producer, director, scriptwriter er, almost everybody.
We have heard this happens, someone had the guts to show us it does. But the film becomes a comedy of errors in the second half as officers from 'Headquarters' enter the scene. For one, Abhishek and Locket are convincing in their respective roles. Abhishek as the gullible producer who wants to marry an aspiring Locket is convincing. When he says "
Ei bhir bhatta amar pochondo noy
," or when he interacts with his maid, Abhishek's years of Tollywood experience shows. The dream sequence, where he is in trauma about selling his house is good too. A matured actor like him has much to offer, alas that has not been exploited by T town yet. However when he agrees that a Tolly film can be wrapped up within 80 lakhs to a crore, we are a bit sceptical, since the film itself has a lower budget. Not his fault though, its the script. Locket as the sensuous and freely offering actress has done her job. She has done enough bed scenes over the years and has a sort of post doctoral in it, hence is comfortable with both Abhishek and Chandan. Her discussion about marriage with Abhishek however had ample scope for some brilliant stuff, regrettably she miserably fails there. There's nothing to say about Chandan Sen, he is a brilliant and versatile actor, must be hard pressed that he chooses to do films like this. However Locket's scriptwriter love interest is really good, and yes we would like to see more of him. Albeit in better films. Joyjit come jumping like a grasshopper in the film, the less said about his greedy materialistic self the better. Not a typical song and dance flick this, yet a little better direction and distribution would have seen it through. Those who would want a first hand experience, there's just one theatre in the city playing it.