|Directed by||Rituparno Ghosh|
|Written by||Suchitra Bhattacharya (story)
Rituparno Ghosh (screenplay)
|Running time||145 minutes|
- Indrani Halder as Srobona Sarkar,Jhinuk
- Abhishek Chatterjee as Polash Chaudhury
- Rituparna Sengupta as Romita Chaudhury
- Suchitra Mitra as Jhinuk's thammi
- Subhendu Chatterjee as Romita's father
- Mamata Shankar as Romita's sister-in-law
A newly wed couple Romita (Rituparna Sengupta) and Palash (Abhishek Chatterjee) were attacked on the open road. The goons molested Romita, but nobody came forward to help. However, one lone schoolteacher, Jhinuk (Indrani Halder), rushed to the spot to help. She was later hailed a heroine by the press.
Jhinuk was determined to punish the assailants, and helped police. However, the experience of Jhinuk turned out to be a frustrating experience for her when even the victims and their family decided to back out.
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- Shifting from the Bengali milieu, The Hindu, 24 December 2004.
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