No, not this film by director Sumit Bhattacharya is about any nostalgia, but about the love between two people of unequal-age. The girls name is Smriti (Sreelekha Mitra and so the name of the film.
I have not heard about Sumit before and also I don’t know his background. But after seeing first film I must say he needs more viewing of good films by good directors venturing into his second film.
The storyline is very petty. Ayan (Ritwick Chakraborty) writes poetry, sings with guitar. Through his girlfriend has left him local “Bandi” Madhusree wants him physically.
Ayan goes on a tour with his friends. They are Kaji-Shreya, Souvik-Raya, Aniket-Pritha and Ayan. Ayan has no pair. The three pairs get engaged in physical relationship while Ayan moves alone in the jungle and while there he finds Smriti.
Ayan comes to know that Smriti is the widow daughter-in-law of Abani Roy (Biswajit Chakraborty) who is the owner of the guest house they were staying.
During his stay Ayan gets closer to Smriti who is much older than him. Ayan comes to know how Aritra, the husband of Smriti was lost during their honeymoon. Abani tells Ayan after that he and Smriti had moved from Kolkata to Kalimpong just to forget the memory of Aritra. Though they both know Aritra won’t return any day, both Abani and Smriti still waiting for his return, though it is only Smriti knows Aritra is not lost, is dead. She only conceals it from Abani.
Before return from the guest house Ayan tells Smriti that he loves her. Smriti cannot say anything. She doesn’t want hurt Abani with the truth.
Ayan returns Kolkata and writes in his diary that he is waiting for Smriti.
What a story!!! Sreelekha, Biswajit and Ritwick pull the show. Only because of them you can watch the film for once.