The film Ami Subhas Bolchi seems to be an antidote to awaken the Bengalis from their slumber. The protagonist Debabrata Bose happens to be one such laid back ‘typical middle class Bengali’ who changes himself after repeated insults by various people ion various forms. He sees the Bengalis bending backwards to please people of other communities and some Bengalis are deep rooted in corruption. Bengalis in general are a finished and demoralized race till the first half, but enter the greatest Bengali patriot ever, our very own ‘Netaji’.He can not keep quiet seeing all this and rises from immortality and comes back to help Debabrata to rejuvenate the Bengalis, motivate them and help them to stand up and be proud of who are they are! He helps Debabrata to stand up particularly against a Non Bengali realtor who will not stop at nothing to get hold of Debabrata’s plot including kidnapping him and his family, but Debabrata does manage to teach him a lesson at the end with the ‘INA’sword given to him by Netaji.The ending is the part where Mithunda definitely plays to the gallery.