A rich boy and a poor girl fall in love…, and that is the story line of pre-Puja Bangla release Dujone.
Even in their wildest dreams Hindi film makers don’t witness this kind of story line since last decade. But we, the Bong, do witness and the result is a trash like Dujone by director Rajeev Kumar.
There is a hell lot of difference between Dujone and Poran Jaye Jaliya Re. One has no thought behind, and the other is unique is story telling. Even presence of Dev can’t make a thoughtless film super hit.
Akash (Dev) is the only son of a rich industrialist (Arun Bandopadhyay), though no body knows that what is the business is. Akash falls in love with Meghna (Shrabanti) who though is very studious, but doesn’t come from a very rich family. Her father (Debesh Roy Choudhury) is a businessman also, but always travels with goons in the Tata Sumo car.
As Akash’s father only believes in hundreds of crores of rupees, he settles his marriage with the daughter of a certain divorcee Mrs. Sen, who he married a few days back. Only because this tie-up with bring another two hundred crores. Akash asked how it would be possible as his father had already married Mrs. Sen? Akash’s father replies, “you won’t understand, this is business.”
Both the storyline and the screenplay are very childish. It is not even a copy-n-paste from a South Indian hit film.
In the story line, the director tried to infiltrate the “police – rich industrialist” bond like the actual Rizwanur-case. In this case rich buy’s father requested police commissioner to kill the poor girl and police officer sends a goon with a rifle in the jungle to shoot Meghna. But there is Judo-Ramu, the great fight composer from South. He assisted Deb to fight against a dozen goons bare heartedly. So, ultimately Meghna didn’t die like Rizwanur in reality. Instead, Dev carried the body of the chief goon sent by the police commissioner and placed it on the round table where his father was holding a meeting, god knows about what, because in the meeting the police commissioner was also present.
The film ends of the marriage of Akash and Meghna in the college campus.
Jeet Ganguli is the music director of the film. Jeet should know that a creative person also has a limitation of his creation; he cannot create good things in a daily basis.