Bengali commercial movies were by concept all the same in the past. The same ol' Rona-Dhona, Ladka trying to impress the Ladki, Illogical action etc. The Image had broken when "Dui Prithibi" & "Autograph" joined the commercial group. But hats off! to Sujit Guha for bringing the old Image back. Same ol' theory to copy Hit Hindi Movies even their dialogues too. Tolly World will never change. And what do you know, this time's Sujit Guha has copied a so recent and super-hit movie that anyone can catch that, AJAB PREM KI GHAZAB KAHANI. And that's not all, he has also mixed some "Mujhe Kuch Kehnaa Hai" and "Rehnaa Hai Tere Dil Mein".
Rahul(Hiran), a young, fun-loving boy who every-time thinks of girls and his father(Supriyo Bose) doesn't like that. His Mummy(Laboni Sorkar) always supports him no matter anything he does. Instead of Kidnapping his friend Hrithik's(N.K.Salil) girlfriend, by mistake Rahul & friends kidnap Diya(Koyel) & what do you know? She was also in chance to flee from her house as she was getting forcefully married. Then, the journey of Rahul & Diya starts as they become very good friends. But Diya says Rahul to convince her father about Vicky, her boyfriend from London. Rahul does so but at the last scene, without changing the tradition of particular Sujit Guha type film, Diya understands that she actually loves Rahul and runs to her. Bas, Ajab 'Rahul' Ki Ghazab Kahani ends.
Low performances also badly affect this copied script. N.K.Salil badly fails to create a impressing screenplay or deliver some masaledar dialogues. Hiran & Koel's bad attempts to make pranks on each other does nothing but make us yawn. Dull script & tacky dialogues make that yawn more bigger. Editing by Rabiranjan Moitra dissapoints. Action by Judo Ramu was unbearabale. And, the choreographer, Baba Yadav, please sign films that has Dev in them. You can't expect "Le Paglu Dance" from Hiran.
Now come to plus points. First of all, the music was awesome, fabulous, mind-blowing. After, a long time, a particular album comes that has every track to recommend. And cinematography by Kumud Verma was also fantastic. The way he has shot Darjeeling & Dubai, he is not so behind from Somak Mukherjee.
Allover, Mon Je Kore Uru Uru couldn't have been better than this because of so dull and copied script. Though Sujit Guha pictures are always a mixture of multiple Hindi movies, he should understand that the success behind "Mon Maane Na" was nothing than DEV. If this one also contained a tough hero like DEV, things would not have been the same. Final Word? Skipping MON JE KORE URU URU will not harm the collections of cinematic experiences of your life. This one's far beneath expectations. Thumbs Down!