Kolkata Bengali Movie Idiot was released on the year 2011. Samrat (Ankush) is an idiot. He proves the very fact by living in a lower middle class colony but generating a pricey bike, also by not carrying out anything to earn a living but splurging on alcohol every single evening. she also, like many other Tolly film heroes, falls in adore at first sight using a quite and rich woman, Anjali ( Srabanti).
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Cast: Ankush, Srabanti, Aditya Pancholi
Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Story: Samrat (Ankush) is an idiot. He proves the fact by living in a lower middle class colony but driving an expensive bike, also by not doing anything to earn a living but splurging on alcohol every single night. He also, like many other Tolly film heroes, falls in love at first sight with a pretty and rich girl, Anjali ( Srabanti).
But when Anjali’s business tycoon brother ( Aditya Pancholi) offers him a huge amount of money to leave his sister for good, the idiot turns smart and takes the money. He builds a business capitalizing on that money and turns into a billionaire himself. He doesn’t care about the fact that Anjali goes into depression and tries to commit suicide. He even never lets out a single hint that he’s doing all these for love. But as soon as he gets to know that Anjali’s brother is marrying her to an NRI doctor, he wakes up. After wasting so much time throughout the movie (his and ours), he ultimately pops in Anjali’s wedding and declares undying love. So, we, the audience, who were thinking ‘Thank God, at least this film is a bit different and not run-off the mill’, finds themselves to be the actual idiots.
Movie Review: If truth to be told, Rajib really tries to make this film different from the others. Two things go against him — his urge to satisfy both the urban and rural audience and, most importantly, Ankush. It’s true that Ankush is fairly new to the industry and this film is only his second one. But his attempt to give a comic edge to his character doesn’t work at all. He tries hard, but may be a little too hard. Aditya Pancholi’s understated performance, Srabanti’s sweet presence get overshadowed by Ankush’s over-the-top antics.
However, if you decide to give Ankush a benefit of doubt, Idiot is watchable. In a time, when the audience is tired of watching films with heavy dose of action and gun-slinging villains, Idiot may bring a breath of fresh air.