Chiranjit makes a comeback from his self imposed retirement from Tollywood in this extremely forgettable film. The producer of the film must be quite close and dear to him which is the only reason one can think of him to act in such a film after a long time where he makes his entry only just before interval. He has chosen the worst film to make a comeback as this is one of the worst films to made on big screen based on a story by Sarat Chandra Chattapadhay. There too many flaws and absurdities in the film to make an impact on the audience. A couple of sequences, like the lighting in the sky look completely artificial and abnormal. Chiranjit gives a very restrained performance and actually acts well for change. The background music does not quite suit the mood at times and for one particular sequence, it seems to be a direct lift from a western score. The couple of very notable flaws which includes the jewellery worn by Nikhil and the worst part of the film, a modern day car which Naren is shown driving, completely wash away any other positive feelings about the film. Who can ever imagine a modern day car to exist during the period when the story has been written? Now that should definitely make the great author turn in his grave.