This particular film, a Swapan Saha venture starring Prosenjit has been released on the big day – 25th December in its hopes cashing in on the festive season. No one comes close to Prosenjit whose on a roll following other successes late. This film about a young boy Raja whom his mother refuses to recognize when she re-marries and he goes on to become “Rajkumar”, a “khatal owner” is quite a eventful journey. After growing up Rajkumar returns to S. B Roy’s house (person whom his mother had remarried) to set things straight as he has the power attorney of his father’s will. His stepbrother Rudra (Abhishek Chatterjee) and own sister conspire against him and become his greatest enemies as they want him out of the way, but a few events bring them together and they finish Vishal (Kaushik Banerjee) a partner in crime of Rudra. Rajkumar accepts his mother back in his life, something which he had been refusing for so long.
The story line is quite ridiculous specially the character of Rajkumar. How can a “khatal owner” (owner of cowsheds), a class two dropout make lakhs of rupees through this business and also think of “khatal projects in Dubai and elsewhere?” Can it get more ridiculous than this. Also he wears ridiculous clothes and the character is far fetched from reality. Of late, Prosenjit has started appearing in films where the titles of the film (where he is the title, but ofcourse!) is being chanted at the back to portray a larger than life image of Prosenjit no matter if it doesn’t suit the mood or timing. Prosenjit has changed his voice for this film which is a total letdown, but with this film he has proved himself to be the undisputable no. 1 of Tollywood and this particular film was running to packed houses all over the city on Christmas