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Maryada  (2010 - Bengali)

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Maryada cumulative rating: 1.5 out of 51.5/5 (2 users)

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  • 'Completely Bhojpuri'

    Maryada rating: 3 out of 10(Aditya Chakrabarty wrote on 20 Mar 2010)

    Two crooks rob an old lady, later repent and go in search for her and bring her home. They try to take the sons to the sons who are settled in London, but later bring her back when they realize they are ill-treating her. To teach them a lesson, the male crook disguises himself as a prince, dupes the brothers and their partner and returns to India. They land up in India in search of money but are unable to get it as there is no trace of it. They remain greedy but eventually one of the daughters-in-law asks the old lady to forgive them and the sons change themselves as well. This is the story of ‘Maryada’-the latest Bengali film to be released which is a perfect example of how the audience can be misled. Everyone had thought that the lead pair would be Firdaus and Rituparna, a pair whom we have seen in many a film before, but there is complete shock awaiting the audience. We see them only once in the opening scene of the film which is in the form of a song featuring both of them and after that they are not seen anymore in the entire film. It turns out to be a complete Bhojpuri film with Manoj Tiwary, the Bhojpuri superstar in the lead role and all the voices of the actors are dubbed. So much so that even the voices of a couple of Bengali actors like Subhasish Mukherjee is even not his own. Inumerable songs follow and one has to bear it. By the way, the lead actress Urvashi Choudhury looks like the twin sister of a Bengali actress called Ratri Ghatak (who performed very well in the role of the madwoman in ‘Saathi Aamar Bondhu Tomar’), just that the actress is much younger. However the film is quite dated itself and had been in the cans before it has been released as we can see Yunuz Parvez (the late Bollywood actor) in a scene who expired quite a few years back. We also see Jagdeep, the famous comedian in this film.

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