This is a terrible film by all means as it neither qualifies as an art film or as commercial film. Going by the posters, one would have thought Swarna Kamal and Soham to be the lead actors. Soham remains in the lead, but Swarna Kamal only appears around interval and even after that continues to look dazed and confused a till the very last moment. This tragic tale of the young girl with a troubled childhood who falls in love with a minister’s son and later comes to know after years when she is again connected to him that he never loved her, goes nowhere from the very first moment. Neither the performances are anything to write home about nor Soham as Siddhartha certainly does not qualify as a minister. The actress playing Soham’s wife in the film gets equal footage as the lead actress and at times the audience is confused as to who is the actual actress in the lead. Also when the minister’s wife Rajasree is shown from time from time going through Jeena’s diary and her obnoxious aide turning up with refreshments at every interval, it is irritating. At the end one doesn’t know who to feel sorry, Jeena, Rajasree or the poor audience who had to bear this mindless tale. Again at the helm of this film is a jack of all trades, master of none (Director + Story + Screenplay etc) this time the person being a lady by the name of Sanghamitra.