Bajikar, a new Bengali film starring the very happening Pamela and debutante Rohan in the lead is a film with certain amount of freshness. The reason is the film is a light comedy and the performances of certain actor s make it interesting and worth a watch.Rajatava Dutta plays Darpanarayan Choudhury, the patriarch of a n aristocratic family who holds on his old beliefs and values and everyone in his house has to follow his ru8les.When he decides to write a will in favour of his children, he decides to test the character of his three sons and a daughter so that they are worthy of being his inheritors. He decides to employ the services of a detective Rahul who falls in love with Sujata, Darpanarayan’s daughter as soon as he sees her snap. He finds out a few negative things about each of the characters of the sons of Darpanarayan, but he decides to present a different picture to the patriarch as he wants to protect the honour of the family. In the meantime, you have Sujata trying to employ Rahul to check up on her family and her father without knowing that Rahul is her father’s client.Darpanarayan also asks someone to keep a check on Rahul .He also comes to know the truth about Rahul and Sujata and does change his views and age old ideas and beliefs and gets Rahul married to Sujata.
The film is a nice film considering most other films which are made nowadays are rubbish. The story is interesting and Rajatava is excellent as Darpanarayan as is the late Ramaprasad Banik as Nakul, his most obedient servant. A few songs appear out of the blue and are unnecessary.The music isn’t great .Pamela is a little better in this film than her other films and lives up to her reputation as the most ‘happening’ actress (for whatever reasons) in recent times as she has had the maximum number of releases among lead actresses in recent times (about 3 in about 1 1/2/2 months).Rohan is okay and is actually the son of the director of the film.