“Aynabaji” is essentially the story of Sharafat Karim Ayna (played by Chanchal Chowdhury), a human chameleon serving as body doubles for convicted criminals, operating in the dark underbelly of Dhaka's criminal and judiciary system. His mystery is being chased by an inquisitive, stubborn crime reporter Saber (Partha Barua), while Hridy (Masuma Rahman Nabila), a girl-next-door develops a connection with Ayna. But like every cocky-confident 'professional', Ayna gets in too deep and finds himself not having the control over proceedings he is so used to. Will he be able to pull out one final trick out of his bag?
Amitabh Reza's directorial debut “Aynabaji” has been at the epicenter of the Bangladeshi showbiz in the first week of its release, with a torrential flow of people rushing to the cinema halls. Backed by strong endorsement from the film and media fraternity, it has generated largely positive reviews among the audience as well. So what's the big deal about “Aynabaji”?