Compiled Edition Of Fragmented Scenes...
Sujit Guha’s latest directorial venture “Mon Je Kore Uru Uru” is a rom-com of errors. Rahul (Hiran) and Diya (Koel) are the romantic pair and the error is done because there are two ‘Diya’s- Diya1 & Diya2.
After a long one year absence from Bangla film industry Hiran is back into films with his typical smile, stereotyped dance steps and same old acting style.
If someone closely watch “Mon Je Kore Uru Uru”, he will find there are literally lifted sequences from recently released Hindi popular films. Sometimes it may be ‘Love Aaj Kaal’, sometimes it may be ‘Ajab Prem Ki Gajab Kahani’ or sometimes it may be ‘ Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na’. There might be some more names which I can not recollect right now. So if you have already seen those films you can easily skip this “Mon Je Kore Uru Uru”, as it is a compiled edition of fragmented scenes from those super hit Hindi movies.
The comedy of error concept of the story line is also weak. Let me describe the story briefly. Rahul is the gang leader of the local ‘Para’ club and Diya is (I mean Koel’s Diya-1) is the resident of the same ‘Para’ and she is the daughter of a rich man (Biswajit Chakraborty). Diya-1 has recently come from London, why only God and Sujit Guha knows. One day Diya-1 is dancing in the rain and Rahul saw this from a nearby bus stand and instantly fall in love. Rahul’s best friend Hrithik decided to run away with his girl friend, who is Diya-2. The reason is that Diya-2’s parent forces her to get married with somebody else. So on the marriage day Rahul and the other boys of the ‘Para’-gang decided to kidnap Diya-2. But accidentally they land up in a wrong marriage-house where Diya-1 was present. The ‘Para’ boys kidnapped Diya-1 instead of Diya-2. Diya-1 was also wanted to run away as her parents also tried to marry her off against her will. So she easily agrees to be kidnapped without knowing the error.
The film end in a happy note, but before that there are more errors and more romances and few songs shot in ‘Phoren’ locations.