“Tomar Jonyo” is a well attempt by the debutant director Nilanjan, but this movie suffers the loose of any kind of acting. Debutant actress Shreya is extremely stiff and uncomfortable in the first half, especially in the close scenes with Rishi. Rishi has played the role of Joseph who falls in love with blind Ankhi (Shreya). From Shreya’s flower shop he buys expensive artificial flowers spending all his salary in order to help her financially. Ankhi and her mother thinks that Joseph is a rich businessman – Aditya. Joseph helps some goons to kidnap actress Reshmi (Locket) who he serves as a driver to get 5lakhs rupees for Ankhi’s eye-operation. By the time Ankhi can see Joseph has already surrendered to police. When he frees from the jail he finds Ankhi has become very rich. He takes job of Rahul Roy’s (Subrata Dutta) driver and discovers that Ankhi has become Rahul’s love interest. At last on their engagement day, Joseph sings a song, Ankhi realizes that Joseph is Aditya, Rahul realizes Joseph’s love and Ankhi and Joseph pairs up again.
Soumitra Chatterjee will appear hardly 4 or 5 times on the scene and he has nothing to do. The acting of Rishi – Shreya and Subrata do not touch the audience’s heart. Songs are nothing special and no one will remember a single line after coming out of the hall. The most astonishing fact is that when Ankhi was poor, not even able to pay the rent of her flower store, then also she used to wear expensive salwar-suits the cinematographer has done a good job and some of the scenes are really taken brilliantly. Hence it can be concluded by saying that “Tomar Jonyo” can be watched without any kind of expectation, but hope that this experience will definitely help Mr. Nilanjan to do better films in future.