The hero-A painter who forgets to paint and spends all his time pursuing a girl. The heroine –Raima who sees the guy just a couple of times and starts falling in love with him. The villain-Raima ‘s tyrant of a brother J.K a criminal who cant bear to see anyone get close to his sister.Raima comes to know that her brother is sending her away to London so she flees to Rahul’s house who leaves town with her.J.K ‘s men lands up there and kills Rahul’s father. Even though Rahul and Raima go out of town, the cops arrest Rahul from that place and beat him up severely in the jail. He is released later, but the lawyer who helps Raima asks her to compromise along with the other cops and they try to molest her.Rahul somehow arrives there and saves Raima.J.K’s men again arrive there and nearly beat Rahul to his death and bring back Raima.Rahul emerges from the dead all of a sudden and captures J.K.He publicly ‘marries ‘ Raima by holding J.K at gunpoint. He takes the dupatta from Raima, throws it on to the ground, lights a fire and he and Raima go around it seven times and what have you –they are married. To top it all, Rahul‘s mother blows a conch from the side to warm up the proceedings. If this not a film, what else can it be? Incredible is the only word.Hilarious!Regarding performances, there is nothing much to speak about anyone.Tanusree, a very renowned model of Kolkata who makes her debut as Raima is just about okay.Sujoy is not much of an actor.Tanima Sen one feels is wasted as her actual forte is comedy. Victor Banerjee too is wasted and though he plays the part of a struggling film director with a ridiculous wig with a huge pony tail, he seems to be miscast. The songs by newcomer Sanchaiyta are below average. Usually Bengali films have featured locations abroad only in films of renowned big time producers, but even in this case a couple of songs have been shot in Bangkok which makes it an exception. Rajesh Sharma as usual is okay.