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Credited cast:
... Ashim
... Sanjoy (as Parambrata Chattopadhyay)
... Hari
... Shekhar (as Ritwick)
Churni Ganguly ... Miss Gombhir (as Churni)
... Ria (as Aparajita)
Bidipta Chakraborty ... Madhuja
... June (as Koninika Banerjee)
Suneeta Sengupta ... Tulu (as Sunita)
Dhruv Mookerji ... Dr. Basu
... Rudrashekhar (as Neel Mukherjee)
... Rabi Chatterjee
Kaushik Ganguly ... Anando
... Dhurjati
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This is a story about four friends, Hari, Shekhar, Ashim, and Sanjay. They studied at the same school. Ashim studied to be a doctor, but decided to never pursue that profession. Sanjay worked for an ad agency but left the job. The rest have never held a job. They started a Bengali band, but they were beaten up by the public at a stage show in North Bengal. They vowed to never perform again. At this point, they start a travelling agency, called 'Gharoa Travels'. On their first trip, they start the journey with only 9 passengers. On the way to the hills, a girl named Ria joins them. The film deals with their journey through North Bengal. The ten tourist and the four operators form an assorted medley of characters. As the journey progresses, their natures are slowly revealed. The film has a style of flash-forwarding to the future juxtaposed with the present, giving the audience a sense of the fates of the characters even as the story progresses. Written by Dibyayan_Chakravorty

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Quite Disappointing
7 March 2013 | by See all my reviews

A gaggle of strangers with personal ghosts traveling together in a tourist bus.. reminds one of Reema Kagti's Honeymoon Travels. right? I have great regard for Anjan Dutta. I love his cinematographic treatments and I love his baritone country voice resembling Mel McDaniel. I was looking for the usual treatment here, but was mildly disappointed. I was also looking forward to being treated to the lush visuals of Kalimpong, Darjeeling and the lazily flowing Teesta, as one winds his way up to the Queen of Hill stations. Again, I was sorely disappointed. Heck.. the locale was just too good to be wasted away this way.

The characters in the movie are shallow and full of attitude. The scenery is boring, static and repetitive, and the whole film appears to have been shot on a shoestring budget. There is no plot at all, and if one considers random conversations between strangers as a plot.. well.. what can I say. And yeah, there is nothing "hilarious" in this movie, as one reviewer has described. Excepting the chemistry professor's pedantic rantings, there are hardly any amusing lines or situations here. The only redeeming feature appears to be Neel's soulful title song.

Quite disappointing otherwise.


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