Director Rajiv Kumar enjoyed watching “Challenge” a few months ago and decided to make another with some more twists and turns and with some amendments. The product of his genius thought is “Dujone”. Here Dev is the son of an industrialist who loves only his social status and money but not his son, his name is Akash. Her lady love Meghna (Shrabanti) is the daughter of a fish-businessman. This time opposition comes from both the families. Both the families threaten both the lovers. But they do not give up. Seeing this, the parents chalk out a plan. Akash’s father locks Akash at a house in Siliguri and Meghna’s parents shift to another place. Somehow with the help of their friends and professors they talked to each other and then dramatically enough both of them leaves their houses on the same day and reaches the other’s house at the same time. Meghna’s father tries to kill Akash and Akash’s father tries to kill Meghna. Both of them survives and ultimately meets in a station. Then after lots of fights and injuries Akash reaches his father’s office and tells him that he will marry Meghna the next day. Angry father reaches the premise with police force and unexpectedly they face the united student force. They give up and then the lovers get married. So you see how much the story is different from “Challenge”.
The actors in this film have given good performances. Arun Bandopadhyay as Dev’s father, Soumitra Basu as the police commissioner, Kharaj Mukherjee as the professor are convincing enough. The sense of humour of Kharaj Mukherjee has made funny scenes and dialogues for the audience. The music by Jeet Ganguli follows his style and creates no impact basically. The action director has enjoyed the privilege to show extra-ordinary actions. The cinematographer Manoj Sharma did his job well.
Director Rajiv Kumar found all the essential ingredients for making a blockbuster is Challenge. So, he made “Challenge II” with some amendments and a new name “Dujone”. If the director would have wished then he could certainly make a better and meaningful film. Though the audience would enjoy such films but is that all what we can expect from a film director?