No doubt after watching this film all those girls who has a desire to become an actress will definitely want to go to Digha to search whether any one is ready to produce a film for her after listening to the story of her struggle. But whether all ex-servicemen can afford that huge amount is matter of doubt. Five friends, Panchu Gopal Mitra (Biplab Chattopadhyay), Rustam (Chinmoy Roy), Banbihari Das (Subhomoy), Dibakar (Bibhu Bhattacharya) and Abnit Singh (Paran Bandopadhyay) share an intimate bonding. When Panchu goes to Digha the other friends send a call girl Miss Raima (Pamela) at his room there. Suddenly Panchu feels the responsibility of his father and tries to do something for Miss Raima. The other four scoundrels arrive there in this mean time and feel regretted for their deed. Then they all decide together that they will show Raima the way to live a respectful life. Gradually they came to know that name is Roma and she wants to become an actress and her lover interest Rahul (Abhishek Chatterjee) is still struggling to become a director. Five old men decide to produce a film by investing 20 lakhs each to help the duo. No doubt the “Obelar Bhaat” has been boiled too much. There are seven songs among them two are half Hindi. This movie shows how idiot and nuisance is the Kolkata police. They start playing Kabaddi with three drunken people instead of arresting them. Insp. Badan Paramanik (Kharaj Mukherjee) gets so terrified after listening to Panchu’s voice that immediately agrees to leave his friends without making any case against them. God save Kolkata Police! One thing I definitely wish to know is that how old camera has the cinematographer used to take the scenes of nature. Apart from that the director has created a lot of nuisance to make the audience laugh. All the shouts of the wives in order to control their husbands, the deaf hotel manager’s very familiar telephonic conversation gives no humor to the audience. This movie can be seen without expecting any sensible comedy.