Dev And Koel Proves Again......
Dev and Koel start their 2010 venture with director Sujit Mondal’s “Bolo Na Tumi Aamar” which has a very good collection in the box-office in the first three days. It proves again that Dev and Koel are the hottest pair of the Bengali cinema these days.
Madhurima (Koel) is a medical college student meets Abhishek (Dev) during her tour in North Bengali. Since their first meeting in the first reel of the cinema till beginning of the last but one reel- the film was absolute entertaining. And this entertainment was totally based on situational comedy. For the first time Dev did comic acting for such a long time and it is he who has entertained the audience most by his typical mannerisms. Koel unfortunately, remains secondary throughout the film.
Sabyasachi Chakraborty, plays a retiring Cop, father of Madhurima, arranges marriage of her with another Cop Tota Roy Chowdhury. But, Madhurima feels this would hamper her dream of being a doctor. So, Abhishek, now a sales boy in a pizza shop, comes to help to rescue Madhurima. Both Madhurima and Abhishek pretend to be romantic couple to Tota, and the super Cop believed them. Tota refused to marry Madhurima which shocked Sabyasachi. He arranged another groom from Madhurima. Now, to have a romantic couple from a distress, Tota comes forward and makes arrangement of registry marriage for the two.
But script writer N.K. Salil had something different in his mind. He thought only comedy might ruin the future of the film. So, he introduced some twist in the tail, in the form of Bharat Kaul, whom we see for only a couple of minutes in the beginning of the film. He was insulted by Sabyasachi. N.K. Salil arranged a revenge of Bharat to save the film, which actually ruined the film, though Dev has got a scope to show-case his action stunts.
Jeet Ganguly’s music is not that catchy as like his earlier films. But people liked. “Paaglu Dance” number anyway.