Faced with the prospect of a dim future in his impoverished village, young Shankar bids farewell to his family in rural Bengal and makes a journey to the fabled "Mountain Of The Moon" in search of gold and diamond mines.
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This movie is a piece of junk. It is so atrocious, it assaults the viewer from the very first scene. The lead pair is a big joke and won't be able to pass a 7th standard chemistry paper. Yet, most unfortunately, the Bengali movie going public seems to be oblivious of what should be considered as good (forget good, even tolerable would do fine) cinema and seems to be doling out hard earned money. In case you have an IQ in two digits or higher, avoid it like the plague. Even the supporting cast fails to impress and the direction is sloppy to say the least. This movie doesn't score high even in the eye candy department, unlike some similar low pedigree movies. Avoid it like the plague
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