The movie is set in 1920's Bengal region and tells the story of character named Ramesh played by Jisshu Sengupta and Susheela played by Riya Sen. The two have been forced to marry, though the grooms heart is stuck on Hem Nalini played by Raima Sen. Plot becomes complex when it turns out that Susheela is after all a lady named Kamala who is wife of someone named Neel Naksha Choudhury played by Prosenjit Chatterjee. So, the righteous Ramesh sets out to reunite the two. And as it the story goes, the rest is all about the journey and its effect on Rameshs life.
The true Bengali portrayal had been carried out to the T, and so are the actors who have well known Bengali roots. The Sen sisters are no alien to the Bengal and so are the male characters of the movie, making it a perfect role for everybody to play. The soft melodies and lilting background music by the team of Raja Narayan Deb and Sanjoy Das is befitting the storyline. Though I must say the pace of the movie slow and even drags at times which makes it a tiring task for audience to stay in their seats. Probably the chance is that people would overlook this cinema compilation over the most awaited Johnny Depps Pirates of the Caribbean 4. But still the hope has to be kept alive that some rare soul will appreciate all the hard work that went in making the film.