Initially, Rajju supports Madam’s party hoping her village would develop. When a girl from Rajju’s village is raped by a Politician’s son, Madam supports the politician. Rajju decides to participate in the elections. Madam destroys entire gang, killing one after the other. At last Rajju’s dream of establishing a school comes true when an institution come forward to start a school in her village.
Soumik Sen’s success in bringing the questions of women empowerment to the mainstream cinema is commendable, despite the fact that film suffers certain flaws in the screenplay.
Story starts off well but fails to retain the interest till the end. Rajju (Maduri Dixit) is established as a very powerful and strong character, low angle camera angles enhance her onscreen presence. But the content of the scene dose not reflect that magnificence. Towards the second half, the entire issue becomes a fight between two women with heavy dialogues. Interaction scenes between Rajju and Madam are too dramatic and are not convincing.
Juhi Chawla and Maduri Dixit performed well, working on the minute details of the characters.
Tannishta Chatterjee, Priyanka Bose and Divya Jagdale, the supporting actors in the gang did their roles well and tried their best to contribute to the theme. Dances and songs are done up well but they are did not contribute to the progression of the story, also distracting the plot.
Cinematography is a big plus for the film. Landscapes and village atmosphere is beautiful.