Swapan Ghoshal has directed films like ‘Bonbhumi’, ‘Mahakal’ and his last film ‘Magno Mainak’ was based on a story by Saradindu Bandopadhaya based on the famous Bengali fictional detective , Bomkesh Bakshi.In fact he has directed a 28 Bomkesh series for Doordarshan.In fact he had decided to make more films based on stories of Bomkesh, but then decided against it. Now he has made a film after quite some time featuring a new pair in his latest film ‘Tupi Diye Tupor’.This is very unexpected from him and the film is also a low budget film. Hence not much is expected from this film.
Akash intends to go to the U.S for higher studies after his graduation. On the departure, he meets with an accident while on the way and later on, his friends advise him to study in Kolkata University. On the other hand we have Ramkanta staying in a town with his two grandsons, their families and his granddaughter Mouli.Though initially Ramkanta is against Mouli joining Kolkata University, yet later on he gives his consent and she takes admission in Kolkata University.
Akash and Mouli meet in college and fall in love over a period of time.Ramkanta is against any friendship with boys since he has selected a groom for Mouli.Mouli also abides by her grandfather’s wish.Akash comes to know of this and goes to Mouli’s town and somehow meets her.Mouli asks him to go away. Does Akash get to be with Mouli after that?
This film is not that bad considering that it is a low budget film. The hero or the heroine specially the hero Wrik does not have the looks of a hero and the heroine Sarbani is equally unimpressive at least by way of her looks though she is an okay actresss.Tamal Roychoudhury as her grandfather is not bad, but he is a known face. The music is just about okay. One thing which has been shown is that Akash gets injured while he meets with an accident when his car hits a person while on the way to the airport. The point is he is supposed to be absolutely unhurt while the person who has been hit is supposed to get injured. Well, for some reason, the opposite happens!