By Chandi Mukherjee
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 ... » read more