This is the most unusual film to be directed by the likes of Swapan Saha. He is probably the most successful director of Bengal masala film till date and how he directs a film like this is ma wonder. The film is centered on the life of Sanjoy, an officer working the power dept stays with his wife and younger sister whom he and his wife look upon as their child as she is much younger than him and they are childless. Their relationship starts getting strained the day Anjali loses her mother as Sanjoy had not allowed her to go earlier. Anjali goes back to her father’s house one day, leaving Sanjoy behind and he realizes what life is all about! A sub plot regarding a local promoter eyeing his property and sending his guys to threaten Sanjoy at the cost of harming his sister leads to the plot .It turns out that Jishu (Abhi) is also a part of this and he had been sent there to woo Lipi and coax Sanjoy to sell his house as Abhi had taken some money from the promoter when his mother was sick. Sanjoy becomes paranoid and shifts to his father’s house with Lipi locking her up in a room and guarding her day and night. When Anjali and Abhi, Lipi’s boyfriend come to know about their whereabouts and they go their with Anjali’s brother. Sanjoy picks up a rod with the intention of hitting his wife as he thinks the three of them are the guys who want to harm Lipi, but hits Lipi instead. He becomes unconsciousness and after a few days when he recovers, Sanjoy, Anjali, Lipi and Abhi all decide to stay together.
The whole film is actually centered around the life of Sanjoy and Anjali(Arindam Ganguly and Anjana Basu respectively) and not around Jishu and Sayantika Banerjee, a newcomer who is playing the part of Lipi. This is extremely unusual for a Swapan Saha film and for once it has no masala, but only drama and that too of a different kind. Jishu has not got much to do in the film as the film belongs to Arindam Ganguly and Anjali Basu. Acting in such roles does nothing to Jishu’s career and anyone could have done this role. The newcomer Sayantika is okay. Jishu and Sayantika have just lent support to the main characters. Otherwise how can you expect Arindam Ganguly (being seen in just ‘a’ film last year after a gap of 4 years or so) get to billing in the cast credits? The songs are nothing to write home about! However Arindam as Sanjoy has acted very well which must be mentioned.