The film moves around two old school friends, Jeet (Parambrata Chattopadhyay) and Raj (Rudranil Ghosh) who coincidentally came across each after a quite a while. While Jeet, a associate in ...
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The film moves around two old school friends, Jeet (Parambrata Chattopadhyay) and Raj (Rudranil Ghosh) who coincidentally came across each after a quite a while. While Jeet, a associate in a big designer company, which he got from his dead father-in-law; Raj is a having difficulties musician in a group. Jeet and Raj was welcomed to a celebration of a non-Bengali business customer of Jeet, where Raj flirted with the businessman's daughter Inka (Neha Panda). After celebration, both the buddies purchased beverages from shut stores and consumed in the start. Both of them desired they had each other lifestyle. After getting up from rest, both of them discovered that their spirit has interchanged. Both of the buddies were amazed to find themselves in that scenario. While both of them tried to be faithful, but discovered it challenging to reside in each other people's lifestyle. In the meantime, Raj (in Jeet's body) frequented Chandannagar, his area to fulfill his mother and dad, which he ...Written by
The Movie appears to be a remake of a recent movie "The Change-up" (Director : David Dobkin) of 2011.
"Hawa Bodol" is a good entertaining comedy. Performances of Rudranil Ghosh, Parambrata Chatterjee, Kaushik Ganguly are praiseworthy, all of them are good actors and my favorites. The story-telling is excellent and I have been amused when I first saw the movie. However, I must say, the story is not new and this movie appears to be a remake of another recent movie of 2011 – "The Change-up", Directed by David Dobkin. The story of both the movies are very same. The writers of "The Change-up" are Jon Lucas and Scott Moore while the writer of "Hawa Bodol" is Anindya Bose. Obviously, it appears that Anindya Bose is not the original writer of the story of "Hawa Bodol". No where there is any mention of its original writer. Further, the meaning of the Bengali name "Hawa Bodol" is "change of atmosphere" but the appropriate name would have been "Howa Bodol" which means "change of entity".
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