‘Mone Pore Aajo Sheidin’ is a much better film among the recent lot of films which have released. This is more than welcome because the last film of the directorial duo-Ajay Singh and Sudipta Ghatak called 'Game' was a film which really played a game with us and tried our patience and really stretched us.
Well nothing of that sort at all over here. This film is an out and out love story with a reality show being the central theme on which the film is the based along with a tragic factor-Rahul’s brain tumour.
The film is all about how Rahul lives happily with his parents and runs a production house which is currently producing a reality show. He is suffering from a terminal disease which he doesn’t inform about yet his father comes to know about it thinking that Rahul is unaware of it and he tries to make the best of it as he wants all the wishes of his son to be fulfilled and so father and son paint the town red.
One day Rahul comes across Sunaina when he is on a vacation. She is a trained classical dancer and he offers a chance to perform in his show. Eventually they fall in love though she is unaware of his illness.
She loses the contest as her competitor ‘buys ‘the judges. She goes back to her hometown. What happens after that? She comes back on her a wild card! Later the competitor undergoes a complete change as she comes to know the truth. Does Rahul survive? There is immense drama at the end.
The film has a fresh plot and also the film's lead pair Joy and Sayantika who have acted together before in a couple of films. They look good together and complement each other well. Another thing which stands out is the father-son relationship between Rahul and his father. Now the role of the father played here is played here by Biswajit Chakrabarty, an actor who simply rocks! Aviraj as Bobby, Rahul’s friend is also quite good. Though the film has it’s share of melodrama at the end and becomes a complete tearjerker, yet somehow you seem to think the film is at least okay. Another factor to be noted about this film is that a couple of songs have been shot in Jordan, only the second Indian film to have been shot there in the last 20 years(the first one was Khuda Gawah).So that’s really something.