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Poran Jaye Jolia Re - Kolkata Bengali Movie Bangla Movie Full Movie Watch Online
Poran Jaye Jolia Re Movie He is your quintessential Raj — the innocent and obedient son, saviour for damsels in distress, a hapless romantic and the perfect groom-to-be material — a great combo for an out-and-out masala magic.
PJJR's Raj is all these and more. In fact, he is more like the Akshay (Arjun) Kumar of Namastey London. So, even when T-town's rising Akki is placed in an NM like setup, hestands out in the mileau of characters.
Thanks to a storyline that draws 'inspiration' from the Vipul Amrutlal Shah flick and yet manages to come up with certain variations keeping in mind the Bengali sentiment. So, there's Raj (Dev) doing the mang bharo act with Ana (Subhashree) during sindoor khela on Dasami. If Biswajit does the Rishi Kapoor bit in the Bengali version of NM, Tota plays Upen Patel's part, not as Ana's friend but as her "guru" brother. If NM used the engagement scene as a build-up to the climax, Kinagi thought it better to use the same, complete with Akshay's introduction of India with interpreted help from Katrina for PJJR's climax.
Film: Poran Jaey Joliya Re
Cast: Dev, Subhashree Ganguli, Biswajit Chatterjee, Locket Chatterjee, Laboni Sarkar, Aritra Dutta Banik, Tota Roy Choudhury and others
Director: Ravi Kinagia
Critic's Rating: Poran Jaey Joliya Re
But even remakes and inspirations can rake in the moolah. And if a theatre packed to its capacity, the screams in unison of "goal" each time Bengal's Raj scores at the net during the football match between Indians and British, a hearty acknowledgment of each of the film's tracks are anything to go by, then one can vouch that PJJR has struck the right chord with the Bengali audience.
Interestingly, the crowd's cheering doesn't stop with Dev and Subhashree's performance. Aritra's antics, mouthing of dialogues like
'First e fighting, tarpor dil ki ander Chandannagore ki lighting' or 'Agey jantam hasi toh fasi. Kintu ekhon dekchhi ladki roi to ladka
fasa', has the audience in splits.
If you are a sucker for romance, have the time to spare and want to check out more of Tollywood's latest jodi onscreen, then PJJR is the film to look out for.