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Bhalobasa Bhalobasa  (2008 - Bengali)

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Bhalobasa Bhalobasa cumulative rating: 2.9 out of 52.9/5 (8 users)

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  • Bhalobasa Bhalobasa rating: 6 out of 10(Rupsa Gupta wrote on 02 Oct 2008)

    In this Puja this movie can definitely be watched for refreshment. This movie has all those qualities that a typical Bengali film must have. It has a sweet love story, a dominating father, a comedian professor, a few melodramatic sequences and a lot of tears. Sidhu (Hiran) doesn’t like his father’s over caring attitude but fears to express his feelings. His father Arabinda Sen (Sabyasachi Chakraborty) does every thing to make his family happy unknowing the fact that actually he is making no one happy. His wife Lakshmi (Laboni Sarkar) despite of singing well never sings infront of her husband. Their elder (Komolika), lives at her father’s house with her children and keep on talking with her husband over the phone all the day. Youngest daughter of the family Puja keeps on experimenting facial packs, manicures and pedicures on her family members. Arabinda fixes Sidhu’s marriage with friend’s daughter Manasi. In such a situation Sidhu falls in love with Priya (Shrabanti). She keeps on jumping ever where no matter whether it’s a temple or a college corridor, to prove her innocence and clear heart. To introduce her with his family Sidhu brings her to his house for seven days with his father’s permission. After coming to his house Priya keeps on talking and talking, calls Arabinda smart and handsome without caring of any manners. But gradually she comes closer to the lady members of the family and the servant Satyada (Subhashish Mukherjee). But problem arise between Sidhu and Priya slowly. After the end of the seventh day Priya makes a long melodramatic speech with lots of tear announcing her unwillingness to marry Sidhu as he has changed. She goes back to her house to cut vegetables mournfully and poor Sidhu sings a tragic song. When Arabinda decides to finalize his son’s marriage Sidhu makes another melodramatic speech and ultimately convinces his father to accept Priya as his daughter-in-law. Sidhu and his entire family come on the road infront of Priya’s house and Priya also overwhelmed to see them. But Priya’s father denies to accept Sidhu as his daughter’s husband but Arabinda ultimately convinces him.

    All songs of this film are beautiful and the music is also well. Its a relief that the director has not tried to include any item number forcefully. The work of the camera is also beautiful. This movie surely bears the message that the aged outdated parents should allow their adult children to do whatever they want as being adult they are responsible enough.

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