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Amar Sangee  (2009 - Bengali)

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Amar Sangee cumulative rating: 2 out of 52/5 (3 users)

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  • Its another teenage love story

    Amar Sangee rating: 3 out of 10(Chandi Mukherjee wrote on 19 Dec 2009)

    Its another teenage love story. A typical rich girl meet poor boy concept, where rich father is always against the poor boy.
    There Raja (Mainak) and Riya (Ridhima) first meets in a peculiar way. While cycling Priya’s dopatta flew and fell on the face of Raja who was also on a bi-cycle just behind. The poor dopatta blinded Raja and Raja with his cycle fell on Priya. And it was Priya’s love on first sight.
    Priya is a rich man’s only daughter, but what his father exactly does is not very clear. Only thing is clear is that he does a shabby business which is not very fair. And to carry his unfair job he get support from local police head Rajatabha Dutta, who is the main bad guy of the film.
    The police and the rich father alliance reminds us the tragic incident of late Rizuanur Rehman’s case. But in reality the police were all-all bad, but in cinema this can’t happen. So there is a good cop parallel to a bad one. And this good cop has a very definite role in the love-game of Raja and Priya. One might while they were fleeing away, and the bad cop was searching for them on every corner of the deserted street, it was the good cop who accidentally meet them and allows them to hide in a distant town.
    These days police gets the exact whereabouts of the miscreant from the tower of the mobile phone. But, if the mobile phones call is not received how it is possible to know the exact location? I don’t know exactly the technology, but here the story-script writer incorporated this modern technique even if the phone call is not received. Anyway, this small thing does not matter much in any Subhash Sen-film. At-least it never mattered before.
    The film is shot haphazardly in umpteen number of locations. Sometimes in set, sometimes in north Bengal hills, sometimes in vizag, and at times in kalimpong. Both the lead players are very shaky, specially Ridhima. She is not at all a lead player material. Mainak is good at dancing and action scenes- but very poor actor.
    Reference of “Laila Majnu” has come in to the film from the very beginning several times. And this gives a clear hint to the head of intelligent viewer what could be the end climax of the film. And as the end is very clean from the word ‘go’, the audience feels less interest sitting till the end.

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