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This Tarun Mazumdar film narrates the tale of five youths running from the law. Their ignorance in reading the dubiousness of their employer engaged in adulterated pharmaceutical business played a cruel joke on them, and while trying to flee during a 'cop raid' in the factory where they worked, they had to bump off a cop or two during the gun battle that had resulted. They take shelter in a remote village in the house of an elderly man (Utpal Dutta) who lives with his daughter-in-law (Sandhya Roy) and their 'dumb' servant.
What follows is a reformist tale - the youth are exposed to the duality of rural life which is a mix of extreme hardship and the joys and fellow-feeling among the tribal. Peppered with a liberal dose of patriotism through the invocation of the contributions by Khudiram Bose and Surja Sen and of the son of the elderly man who was shot while trying to escape from Andaman Jail, the director manages to make the film a message ridden watchable fare.
As usual, TM uses Rabindrasangeet like 'Sedin Dujone..' during the romantic sequence between Prasenjit and Noyana. Tapas Pal, Prasenjit and Noyana Das act in pivotal roles.
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