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Times of India
Movie Review: An overdose of friendship and love, but the camaraderie among friends somehow make you sit through the film. Scenario 1: Jit (Rahul) faces flak for studying history and not knowing computers. His lady love, Megha (Priyanka) has a government job obsessed father (Debraj Roy). The only criteria set by him for his prospective son-in-law is that he must have the appointment letter of a government job on him.
Scenario 2: Riki (Aviraj) and Ghana (Biswa) are Jit's friend. They bond over drinks on the terrace and swim together in ponds. Enter Arpan (Arnab) along with his complicated love story starring Pushpita (Sinjini). Pushpita's mother Tilottama (Arpita Baker) and Arpan's father Jaydev Mukherjee (Tapas Chakraborty) are sworn political rivals so a union is out of question.
Scenario 3: Jit takes it up on himself to get the two together. Arpan attempts suicide so Jit and his bum chums deside to kidnap Pushpita. The plan sours as Riki loses a limb and Ghana goes deaf in the ensuing fights. However, Arpan and Pushpita get married in a temple even as their parents go all out to harm their friends.
Back to scenario1. Megha's father refuses to marry off his daughter to Jit and the complications in their love life continue. Meanwhile, despite the trials and tribulations before marriage, the marriage of Arpan and Pushpita is on the rocks. The friends come to know about it and decide to kidnap the duo once again. The scene shifts to a sea beach where an emotional outburst from Jit makes Arpan and Pushpita realize their need for each other. Respective parents turn up there leading to a reconciliation and suddenly, love is all around.
Debraj Roy adds humour with his obsession for a government job, so does Biswa in his portrayal as Ghana. Most of the scenes end up on a sea beach, including the songs. Certain scenes of Pushpita being thrashed by Riki for breaking their marriage could have been well avoided as they really hurt the senses. Over all, although definitely not a must watch, the film, a saga of unrelated episodes stacked one after another, can be at best described as endurable. Watch out for the dialogue uttered by Riki's father: "Poche jawa ilish ar retire kora police er moto obostha."