To Bina Bhala Lagena

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To Bina Bhala Lagena
Directed by Jyoti Das
Written by Prasant Jena
Produced byPrasant Jena
Starring Sabyasachi Misra
Anita Das
Mihir Das
Music by Abhijit Majumdar
Distributed by Richa Cine Lab
Release date
  • 2008 (2008)
Language Odia

To Bina Bhala Lagena is a 2008 Indian Oriya film directed by Jyoti Das. [1]



The film starts with the first encounter happening between Deepak (Sabyasachi) and Jyoti (Rupali). The scene has been narrated in a very genuine way.[ clarification needed ] The romance that eventually blossoms between the two characters Deepak and Jyoti with the violin sessions and Deepak coming up for Jyoti's safeguard have been handled very delicately in the film. The scenes looks very romantic and yet very classy. The introduction scene of Pupinder justifies his colourful character of "Suraj" portrayed in the film. The fast half of the Movie is almost flawless with proper pace and the movie continues almost with a single flow without much constraints but however post interval the movie becomes almost predictable and it seems like an old wine in a new bottle. Sometimes the pace of the movie tends to get slower specially after when Deepak becomes aware of his friend's love interest and attempts to make his love to get sacrificed for his friend Suraj's happiness.

Box office

This film released on the occasion of Ganesh Puja 2008. The movie has very good opening on its first day. After 10 days it made very slow business at box office. This movie was the musical hit of 2008 but box office declared this movie as an above average.

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