Baje Chobi

Director Anirban Paria tries put forth an artist’s emotions in the world of practicality and realism in his film ‘Baje Chobi’. The movie tries to show the way a film director passionate about creativity has to compromise in his professional and personal world and then also has to pay for his emotions.

The movie star cast includes Priyanka Sarkar (Ranjana), Kaushik Sen ( Avik), Debdut Ghosh (Anik), Soumitra Chatterjee (Debu Da).  Avik’s creative sense become a barrier with the producer’s objectives. His work is stopped. His wife Ranjana is deeply attracted towards in worldly pleasures and could not understand her husband’s emotions. She tries to convince Avik to get realistic which Avik found difficult to do. Fed up with Avik Ranjana’s attention turns towards her friend Anik and one day elopes with him. Avik goes  in despair but is inspired by Debu da. This veteran understands Avik and his world of thoughts and inspires him to continue work. Avik starts with his projects again but meets with accident on shooting floor and suffers cerebral attack. On Anik’s consent, Ranjana comes to Avik and nursed him. Avik gets better and also becomes emotional on Ranjana. But at this time Ranjana again leaves Avik to go back to Anik as it was the precondition. Avik writes a letter to Ranjana which he could not deliver. At this time Avik’s in his thoughts sees his father, Ajoy, an unsuccessful painter engaged in selling his pictures.

Produced by Sriram Mittal, ‘Baje Chobi will be remembered for some good acting skills showed by the entire star cast. Using Rabindra Sangeet at appropriate times, Anirban has scored some brownie points. Cinematography and editing is also at par. Overall this movie can give some insight into hardcore reality and emotional challenges faced by some of the artistic minded people in this world.

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