Keno Kichu Kotha Bolo Na (2009) Bengali Movie Review-Rating-Trailer-Songs
Keno Kichu Kotha Bolo Na is a 2009 Bengali Film starring Rahul and Priyanka. The couple from blockbuster “Chirodini Tumi Je Amar” is returning to the big screens under the direction of Swapan Saha. The movie is produced by Sunny Enterprise. This movie will be a romantic drama with Priyanka playing a rich girl and Rahul a poor boy. Remember to listen to the CalcuttaTube Exclusive Interview with Priyanka Sarkar.
Director: Swapan Saha
Producer: Sunny Enterprise
Music: Jeet Ganguly
Lyric: Priyo Chatterjee, Gautam Susmit
Story/Screenplay-Dialogue: N.K Salil
Cinematography: V. Satish
Cast: Rahul (as Somnath), Priyanka (As Debasree), Santu Mukhopadhyay, Supriyo Dutt, Ashok Kumar, Premjit Bikash, Rajib Banerjee, Lovely , Piyali Munsi
Release Date: July 10th, 2009.
Photo and Info by CT Contributor: Kanishka
Keno Kichu Koth Bolo Naa is a story of a deaf and dumb girl Rajashri (priyanka) in love with a poor boy Somu (Rahul) who earns his living by painting hoardings. Rajashri’s father Krishnakanta Chatterjee(Ashok Kumar) fixes her marriage with another guy Bikash (Premjeet), who is a fraud. So, the lovebirds elope and given shelter by a kind-hearted man (Santu Mukhopadhyay). But the two are tracked down by local police officer (Supriyo dutta), appointed by Bikash. Somu is badly beaten But Krishnakanta realizing that Bikash is a fraud ,saves the lovebirds and story ends happily.
Reading the storyline , the first question that should come to you is, haven’t we seen all this last year in Rahul-Priyanka’s debut film? Yes,apart from the fact that Priyanka is deaf and dumb, and a happy ending, the basic storyline is almost similar, though the interpretation is quite weak compared to Chirodini Tumi Je Amar. After watching Bhalobasha Zindabad and this movie, I get the feeling Rahul-Priyanka are failing to step beyond Chirodini Tumi Je Amar,which is not appreciable. The acting is pretty ordinary from all the actors, though Priyanka stands out among others. The cinematography and music are quite good, though we have heard better compositions from Jeet Ganguly (music director) before. There are plenty of unrealistic sequences that are quite expected from a Swapan Saha movie, but still one cannot digest the fact that hero bites villain’s ears and tears it, or the ending, which is expected to be emotional, but turns out quite funny.
My rating:1.5 /5
Review by: Kanishka, CT Contributor from Kolkata