The latest from Anup Sengupta is Mama Bhagne, which has a tremendous influence of any David Dhawan-Govinda film, but minus by the finesse, though both Ranjit Mallick as “Mama” and Prosenjit as “Bhagne” has done their best.
Inspite of that, Anup’s film never reaches the height of David Dhawan’s film became Anup is not as talented as David and Manjil Banerjee’s screenplay and dialogue are not as brilliant as any Dhawan’s film.
The story line is very simple and typical. Bhagne thinks Payel (Ananya) is the daughter of a millionaire, but actually she is the daughter of a maali (Biswajit) of a millionaire. When Bhagne realizes his mistake it is took late, became by that he is married to Payel.
Now the question is why Bhagne marries Payel and vise versa? Bhagne, a jobless-lazy guy, wants to change his life marrying a millionaire’s daughter. Mama gives support to Bhagne in his mission. Payel mistakes Bhagne as an honest and upright young man.
Disillusioned Bhagne in a drunken mode decides to leave his wife Payel. Mama, for the first time, goes against this decision of Bhagne. Payel requests Bhagne not to leave her. But Bhagne is adamant to leave his wife as she is a daughter of a poor man.
But one day the maali changes over night to an industrialist getting five crores in a lottery. Only Anup knows what kind of industry which costs only five crores. Anyway, these are minor issues, better to ignore.
Not only the maali transforms to a suited-booted inidustrialist, Bhagne’s heart also changes – courtesy a slap from his mother. Bhagne goes to bring back his wife, but Payel refuses to go with him. She thinks, as her father becomes rich, her husbands. Now trying to take her. She refuses to go and tells him she will definitely go with him if he earns his own money.
Bhagne tries to earn money. He takes a job in a garrage. In the meantime doctor says Payel she is going to be a mother. Maali-turned-industrialist father now becomes villain and orders the doctor to either to abort the baby or send it to a home before her daughter comes to sense. His distant nephew (Shankar Chakraborty) in the meantime has entered into the screenplay like Shakti Kapoor.
But all ends well as Payel units Bhagne with their child and Mama besides.
Probably this is Ananya’s first commercial film. She has done a good job.