Hero meets heroine at a foreign locale, dances, sings and romances until suddenly the villain enters the scene. Bindaas is that packet of puffed rice, which apparently looks ordinary and unexciting. But fortunately director Rajib Biswas packs it with the right amount of spicy ingredients to add to the thrills and frills.
Abhimanyu (Dev) meets Kajal (Sayantika) in Italy and falls in love with her. Their romance brews and takes them back to certainly insignificant places in West Bengal. Abhimanyu confesses in the beginning of the film that things are not good with his family. The return of the hero heroine opens up these notorious existences.
Director Rajib Biswas has played with the storyline quite decently punching the right amount of spicy tit-bits in the form of action, romance and drama. His formula though redundant by many proves exciting and entertaining. The film has been executed quite well and the storyline has been held together through acting and cinematography. While on the one hand Dev shines like the pole star at one end and on the other hand the supporting cast is helps in maintaining the basic details of the film.
The song and the fight sequences perfectly garnish Bindaas. Maybe logic and sensibilities take a back seat in a film like this but the illogical spirit of the film definitely works as a bonus.
A power packed entertainment package, Bindaas easily bags the title of a must watch.
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