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Bhalobasa Jug Jug Jiyo  (2009 - Bengali)

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  • Bhalobasa Jug Jug Jiyo rating: 1 out of 10(Aditya Chakrabarty wrote on 11 Sep 2009)

    This film, a tale of two young lovers (actually young students of a school in a village) is undoubtedly the worst film of the year.How more ridiculous and absurd can film ever be??????????????????That question can only be answered if a person sees the film under any circumstances. The love story between two students, (the boy being a common villager and the girl being the village’s pradhan‘s daughter doesn’t even begin anywhere, let alone ending anywhere. The boy’s family is shown to have undergone a few mishaps which is why Bijoy, the boy decided to forego studies as he wants to support his family. He does exactly that by riding a van rickshaw and ferrying materials from one place to another place. The village pradhan is also against this relationship so he decides to get his daughter married off to his friend’s son. On the day of Priya’ marriage, Bijoy who has the support of Priya’s elder brother and mother along with the villagers, land up at her place and after much persuasion her father relents and Bijoy gets married to Priya.

    First of all, when the film begins, it begins with a scene where a group of young students are walking side by side in the village, including Bijoy and Priya. One thought that must the young hero and heroine and they would soon grow up and appear on screen in due course of time. As the interval takes place and no one appears, then one suddenly realizes that the young couple are the actual hero and heroine of the film i.e. Kumar Ajoy and Dipannita. From that moment the level of the trauma becomes more and more traumatic (it had just begun with the beginning of the film).Here is someone who is probably 20 years old, looks, behaves, talks and walks like one and shown as a high school student and you expect him to be the hero? He can be passed off just as a menial on the streets. The girl Dippanita is little better. Kumar Ajoy is a walking stick physically and is fit to be only in class XII. When it comes to low budget films, there has suddenly been an tremendous inflow of these so called producer/directors(most of them are also involved in the creative departments of their films) who want to show the public their creative abilities. In this particular film, the agony is only prolonged as each moment passes by. Also in which village do you find the village pradhan to have such a house as well as his daughter having to wear such clothes? This film is a perfect way of ‘Public Ke Taale Taale Mara’-ie kill the people slowly and not at one go.

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