“Kenu Kichhu Kotha Bolo Na” is undoubtedly an exceptional initiative taken by Swapan Saha. Like the first film of Rahul Priyanka jodi “Chirodini Tumi Je Amar” a rich girl falls for a poor boy, family goes against the relationship, they elope but yes the end differs. It’s a love tale of a rich but deaf & dumb girl Rajashri (Priyanka) and a poor, dumb hoarding painter Somu (Rahul). Then the movie takes a familiar route, girl’s father Mr. Krishnakanta Chatterjee (Ashok Kumar) plays a spoil sport, he fixes his daughter’s marriage another person named Bikash (Premjit), but Bikash actually has bad intentions, the thrash the poor lover boy again and again, then ultimately the day before the girl’s marriage the boy and girl elope and get married, poor Somu’s mother convinces girl’s angry dad that Bikash is actually is not a nice person and wants to marry her only for her property then ultimately after a lots of drama Mr. Chatterjee accept the relation. There we can also find a sacrificing character Seema (Lovely) who loves Somu so much that she feels that it is her responsibility to save her beloved and Rajashri’s love. There are also a few friends of Somu who first encourage him saying “emon meye ki keu haat chara kore…” and then after being thrashed they say “aar meye khuje peli naa…” After that they ultimately decide to help Somu when Seema takes initiative. Oh, God! So there is nothing new in the concept apart from the deaf and dumb part. But in order to maintain the legacy, the deaf and dumb couple sings and dances in dream sequences. The songs, especially the title track is good to hear. The cinematographer V. Satish and editor Sushmit Mondal have done their jobs, and there is no complains about it. Action master Judo-Ramu has shown us something new this time – hero bites villain’s ear and nearly tears it apart, not once but twice. The performance of the actors fulfilled the need of the script. Rahul and Priyanka both had worked really hard to adapt themselves in this deaf and dumb role and also to learn sign language. However, all well that ends well. This movie also ends happily as the brave hero successfully stops the deaf heroine from committing suicide but throwing a lemon at her while the others were shouting to make her stop.