By Anonymous (27 Feb 2009)
Prasenjit [Madhu Sen] is a happy-go-lucky Medical Representative working in Kolkata and is married to his sweet wife Priya [Pauli]. He is working fine until one fine afternoon, a chance meeting with a girl named Juhi [Arunima Ghosh] on the Minibus changes it all. It is like a love-at-first sight for Madhu Sen and he is unable to disclose to Juhi that he is a married man.
Juhi is madly in love with Madhu Sen and wants to marry him soon and go on their honeymoon! Now, Madhu Sen has a separate responsibility other than his job: that of maintaining his dual life- one with Priya and one with Juhi. He is largely assisted in playing this dual role by his dear friend, neighbour and confidante Ranjit [Rajatava Dutta]. All hell breaks loose when one day Madhu Sen is injured badly while saving a lady from a bunch of local goons. He is admitted to a hospital by the police but confusion is- both his ladies 'one and two' file a missing person report with the same 'name' in their respective police stations! How Madhu Sen tackles his life with the inter-twining stormy issues that cocks up with maintaining a dual character forms the central part of this funny rib-tickling comedy directed by Basu Chatterjee.