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Would've rated the movie around 5/6 had I not known that this is a scene by scene copy of an Allu Arjun starer Telugu movie named Parugu. Don't know what's wrong with Bengali movies. Most of the main-stream movies are being copied from Telugu movies. Few days back, watched another movie which was an exact copy of another Telugu blockbuster, Bommarillu. Songs are OK. But I would like to remind these people that there's a thing called 'continuity' in movies. Apart from a few flicks like Autograph and sundry, while watching most of the Bengali movies of modern times, I feel like am jumping scenes. Horrible!! I request the directors to kindly improve their quality of film-making. As for the story of this movie, kindly search Parugu, and you will know it all.
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