Handa And Bhonda Bengali Movie Online
Handa And Bhonda is a Humor bengali film, aimed through Subhankar Chatterjee, starring Mithun Chakr...
Handa And Bhonda kolkata bengali movie online
Movie Review: That they bonded well was evident in the chemistry they shared in the dance reality show, Dance Bangla Dance. The show not only had garnered great TRPs, but ensured a dedicated fan following just to see the duo's (Mithun and Aritra) crackling chemistry. And now, the entire gang of DBD has taken a leap to the big screen venture — Handa And Bhonda. If the serpentine queue (comprising mainly tiny tots) outside a South Kolkata theatre was anything to go by, it spoke volumes about the expectations from Subhankar Chattopadhyay's debut venture.
And what was heartening to note was that HAB had lived up to the audience's expectations. The intelligently penned story by Padmanabha Dasgupta revolves around the father-son relationship. Handa (Mithun) is a simple and sincere guy who slogs day and night for his humble existence. Sometimes, his honesty even lands him in trouble created by his not-so-honest colleagues and boss (Biswajit). Handa's son, Bhonda (Aritra), is everything that his father isn't. He is a brat who steals money from his father's purse, flunks his unit tests, gets punished almost every day in school, copies his father's signature in the report card, bunks classes and even hits on his beautiful classmate, Medha. Both their lives are troubled and they want a miracle to happen. One night, Handa wishes if he could become a kid again to help teach Bhonda what education could do to an individual. Bhonda, on the other hand, wishes to grow up to teach his father a lesson. What's more? Both their wishes come true. And what follows in the second half is a laugh riot.
One cannot help laughing one's guts out seeing Mithun doing an Aritra act and vice-versa. As if that's not enough, there is Biswajit's hilarious faux pas with his middling English language skills. The audience is in splits when he says 'Not the forgetting' instead of 'not to forget', 'What is what?' instead of 'what's going on?' and 'go to the Tina' instead of 'you may seek Tina's help'.
A huge round of applause followed when father-son combo came up with oneliners like 'byata tor kaner goray emon current debona je puro negative hoye jaabi', 'syatasyat, kumror ghyat' and 'ami ektu onyorokom maal, something kala in the dal'. Music by Surojit Chattopadhyay of Bhoomi has a fresh appeal. Check out the first song — Akkel gurum/dosshi damal chhele, babar r chokhe nei ghum.