Why on earth are such films made? Who comes up with such thoughts is the biggest question! The tale goes something like this-
Subha and Rhea are two college students and they love each other. Subha’s father falls sick and expires. Before he passes away, he makes his son promise to marry his friend’s daughter. Subha marries according to his father’s wishes and she turns out to be Rhea’s closest friend. Rhea is shocked and she takes up a job as a teacher in kindergarten school and goes away to North Bengal. Subha‘s wife has blood cancer and she passes away. A few years pass and Subha comes to stay in North Bengal one day with his mother and daughter. Rhea teaches in the school where Subha’s daughter is admitted and is very close to her, but she does not know that the child id Subha’ daughter. One day when some goons come to the school, Rhea manages to inform Subha without knowing who he is and he arrives at the spot and beats up the goons, but is blinded by a bomb thrown by the goons. Rhea discovers his identity and is shocked. In the meantime Rhea’s parents fix up her marriage with an established doctor. Subha undergoes an operation and his eyesight is restored. On the day of Rhea’s marriage, the doctor turns up with Subha as the bridegroom and sacrifices his love.
This particular film has literally got no publicity as such and the form of publicity is a few posters just outside the hall so obviously one can’t be hopeful. In any case, it doesn’t deserve much either. Again we see two debutantes in the form of Akash and Ratri who are as bad they can be and the question is how many more debutantes like them do we have to bear in the near future? It seems just about anyone and everyone is trying their luck to be a lead actor/actress and some people even have the resources to waste on such people. There are too many unnecessary songs; there are too many inconsistencies in the film. To cite an example, Subha’s gets affected with blood cancer and passes away in a jiffy! The lead actor of this film Akash also doubles up as the lyricist of the film. Hm! Hm!