By Aditya Chakrabarty(04 Oct 2011)
The film initially will seem as a take of on the ‘Stoneman Murders’ which took place in Kolkata in the 1980s, but the case was never solved. The victim always used to be a pavement dweller who would have his head smashed by a stone. The difference here is that the victims are not necessarily pavement dwellers, but also prostitutes and other people of the lower section of the society. Investigating this case is Abhi who is asked to take the help of Prabir, a brilliant ex cop suspended because of his behaviour and the way he treated criminals. He is a care free, foul mouthed ruthless cop who decides to assist Abhi on the request of Abhi’s superior who was his classmate. They discover that when all the victims get bumped off, the killer leaves some poetry behind on a paper which is by some great Bengali poet or the other who is no longer alive. They zero in on Nibaran, an ex criminal and an eccentric poet who is struggling to make his end meet and always seems to be calling up ‘Rabindranath’.He even commits suicide later on and the case is closed as he is considered to be the killer. Now! Now! Just when you thought when the case has been solved and the film will end, comes the real ‘big’ twist in the tale which will ‘surprise’ most as it comes from nowhere out of blue and reveals the real identity of the killer.