Bolo Na Tumi Amar (2010) Review: Dev & Koel Mallick’s Impressive On-Screen Chemistry

Sujit Mondal directed the romantic comedy Bolo Na Tumi Amar, starring Dev and Koel Mallick in the lead roles and Sabyasachi Chakraborty, Tota Roychowdhury, Bharat Kaul, Mousumi Saha, Supriyo Dutta, Sumit Ganguly, & Nitya Ganguly in the supporting roles which hit theaters on January 15, 2010. The film drew inspiration from director A. Karunakaran’s "Happy," featuring Allu Arjun and Genelia D’Souza.

The storyline revolves around Madhurima Chatterjee (Koel Mallick), a medical student who crosses paths with Abhishek Dutta (Dev) during her medical camp in North Bengal. Abhishek, seeking employment, receives a reference from his uncle (Nitya Ganguly) for a job at Gunadhar's pizza shop (Supriyo Dutta). Initially rejected based on the reference, Abhishek secures the position by intervening in a local goon altercation at the shop.

DIG Indrajit Chatterjee (Sabyasachi Chakraborty) suspends Inspector Rudra (Bharat Kaul) for six months due to misconduct with a girl. Abhishek coincidentally encounters Madhurima Chatterjee again, whose marriage has been arranged with Inspector Soumyadeep Sen (Tota Roychowdhury) by her father, Indrajit Chatterjee.

Madhurima aspires to continue her studies and become a doctor. Abhishek decides to assist her by falsely claiming to Soumyadeep Sen that he loves Madhurima. The central question arises: Can Madhurima fulfill her dream of becoming a doctor?

The strongest aspect of Bolo Na Tumi Amar lies in the endearing on-screen chemistry between Dev and Koel Mallick. Their portrayal of a couple engaged in trivial disputes is both entertaining and heartwarming.

Dev shines as Abhishek Dutta, delivering a brilliant performance with memorable punchlines and impeccable comic timing. Koel Mallick impresses as Madhurima Chatterjee, particularly in the verbal sparring scenes with Dev.

Bharat Kaul, portraying the antagonist, along with Sabyasachi Chakraborty and Tota Roychowdhury in supporting roles, contribute effectively to the film. Sujit Mondal's direction stands out, especially in bringing out the best from both Dev and Koel Mallick to create a captivating on-screen chemistry.

Jeet Gannguli's music composition and the background score by S.P Venkatesh are outstanding, particularly the tracks "Le Paglu Dance" and "Aaina Mon Bhanga Aaina." The fight scene in the pizza shop with the title track from "Challenge" in the background adds to the enjoyment.

While the pace of the narrative slows down slightly after the interval, the screenplay and dialogues by N.K. Salil remains engaging. Cinematographer Kumud Verma and Editor Rabiranjan Maitra make commendable contributions to the film's visual appeal and flow.

Bolo Na Tumi Amar Movie Poster
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