Narayan Roy who had made a film called ‘Swapne Dekha Rajkanya’ more than 5 years back starring Mithun, Jaya Prada and Kumar Sanu (though they hardly feature for 5 minutes in the entire film) returns with hi slates venture ‘Besh Korechi Prem Korechi’. It introduces a new guy Sayak along with Swarnakamal (whom we have all seen before).It is an extremely predictable story of Jeet and Priya who meet each other and fall in love soon after Jeet arrives from Benaras to Kolkata to be a singer. Jeet beats up a guy who happens to be the M.L.A’s brother-in-law Rohit. At the police station Jeet and Priya’s family decide to go on a compromise whereby they can not meet each other before Priya’s exams end and Jeet should be able to stand on his own feet. Jeet goes away to Mumbai and comes across Tanya whose life he saves as he was able to commit suicide. Tanya nurses him back to health when he undergoes an operation. Meanwhile the M.L.A and his brother-in-law kidnap Priya and her entire family. Jeet flies down from Mumbai after hearing the news. Rohit tries to get married to Priya forcefully, but Jeet and his uncle arrive there and rescue Priya and her family.
There are quite a few abnormalities as in all films. The lead pair is very impressive. Swarnakamal whom we have seen in a few films before just does not improve and she just can not create a space for herself in the industry. Attempts have been made to give her a westernized look, but the point is she neither has the figure or poise to carry it off. The character actors like Ranjit Mallick, Tapas Pal, Biplab Chatterjee have all done their job well as the film somewhat rested on their shoulders. Well about Sayak the less said the better. He can hardly act and in one scene where he is shown to be howling, one can not understand whether he is laughing or crying as he also overdoes his act. Terrible! The other new girl Amrita is still okay. Kumar Sanu who had appeared in the director’s last film years back in a bit role marks his debut as a music director with seven renowned playback singers of Bollywood, but sadly not even one song is worth remembering.