Thanks to Mr. Raj Mukherjee for serving old wine in an old bottle and for not experimenting with it. But it have been made unnecessarily lengthy (2hrs 40mins), there was no need of those seven songs which were not demanded by the script. A small village girl Bokul (Swastika) always imagines herself in every song to wear small western outfits and to dance here and there. Rachana, Tapas Pal, Kharaj Mukherjee, Swastika everyone had justice to their characters. New comer Joy has potential but he has to work more on his acting. Locket has basically nothing to do in this film, she dances in two songs, in the first one she seduced Rupak (Tapas Pal), then in the next song seduced his younger brother Rohit. Sabyasachi did justice to his short role, but only by teaching Karate and fighting how did he cure a mental retired patient that definitely remained an unresolved puzzle. Every time he said “Tumi Parbe..” (you can do it) thrice and violent Joy became clam. We must say this Maharaj possessed extraordinary power. The choreographer, cinematographer everyone has done their jobs but there is nothing special to remember their works. There is noting in this to dislike but nothing to like even. The audience knows the story, knows every scenes as it is very much predictable but still they may buy the popcorn and see the movie.