By Sarathi Guha(03 Apr 2008)
The railway poster ? Milai developed a reputation as a poet by participating in a Karal Kabigan. A married Thakurjee fell in love with him. There ayent ?a scandal. He left his village and travelled with a romantic Jhumur ?Troupe of dancers and musicans. The prostitute Bason whose advances the hero initially rejected, eventually cames to embody the unity of the art and design as theorised in the Vaishnavite system of the belief. Her death forced him to return home, where he found Thakurjee also dead. The perfomance of the two women, the mjte ?suffering of mudance ?. The Thakurjee ________________ by Bason delicate? from crippled by a terminal illness and seen as a two sensous ?opposite enyoked ?by the hero's poetry, allowed for some graceful moments in the film.