With changing times, the definition of love has altered. The ideas of being with the opposite sex are no more just about holding hands, dreaming about the person or even about the innocence related
to love. The generations have transformed, the ideas of togetherness today has attained a new theme and specifies a lot of lust along with the love.
Bhanu Sardar (Arjun Chakrabarty), a poor man from Purulia, travels to Kolkata for work and falls for a housemaid, Jyoti (Urmila Mahanta). His love amidst the race for money and struggles of life soon becomes a difficult nasty affair. While you were just watching the one side of love, the story of another couple unveils. Raj (Bihu Mukherjee) is a rich and spoilt adolescent with lustful intentions towards sweet and innocent Shreya (Ena Saha). But this love story is another level above than the other and is stuck within the lustful passions concerned with love. These two intermingling stories take off Chirodini 2.
The battle is for love in the midst of problems, hatred, revenge and triumph for power and money. The actors are all new comers and are genuine in their respective characters. The innocence of the characters is well captured. Director Soumik Chatterjee brilliantly spins the tales of love on screen and highlights the tales of love and desperation quite smoothly on screen. The music of Chirodini 2 is soothing for the ears and will be remembered in the time to come.
To summarize, Chirodini Tumi Je Amar 2 is a film that throws light on the various facets of love that the new generation has embarked owing to the ever changing ways of living. A must watch, this film is not an eye opener but more of a documentary of what would happen when love crosses all the levels of innocence.
(3 / 5) : Good