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As debutant director Arindam Sil puts it, Aborto is his tribute to Satyajit Ray. And for the same reason he has attributed his characters with names like Shyamal, Charu, Hori, Runu and Duli, immortalized by Ray in various films. We see Shyamal (Tota) as an ambitious and dynamic professional at a big corporate house. He’s married to Charu (Jaya Ahsan). Getting completely entrapped in corporate culture Shyamal discards his own relations. He leaves his ancestral home for a posh flat. He aspires to become the company’s vice president. And for this he has to compete with his colleague, Runu (Saswata). Meanwhile, Charu happens to meet Hori (Abir), one of the most popular cricketers around. Hori has been long wooed by Shyamal’s company to be their brand ambassador. He is attracted to Charu. Charu ignores him initially but ultimately finds a friend in him. Abir’s role is a reflection of Shamit Bhanja’s character in Ray’s Aranyer Din Ratri. Duli Bose (Resshmi), Shyamal’s new secretary, is bright, confident and charming young woman who has no qualms in sharing the bed with her boss. She has learnt it the hard way. Finally, the day has come with only a few moments remaining before Shyamal can relish the fruits of his hard work. The Annual General Meeting of the company has begun with seniors debating over Shyamal and Runu as who’d be the right candidate for the coveted post. Shyamal is restless, disturbed and distressed. The story takes a different turn from there. The film oscillates back and forth capturing Shyamal’s climb up the corporate ladder, his gradual distraction and the final realization that it’s lonely at the top. Charu, his wife, knows it all but tries to handle the situation in a matured way. No doubt the film is an inspiration from Ray’s Seemabaddha — in terms of the plot and the lead character, but the similarities end here. Performance wise, Aborto boasts of some very powerful actors who can deliver. It’s good to see Tota back on screen as Shyamal. Bangladeshi actress Jaya Ahsan with her calm and composed demeanor suits the character of Charu perfectly, while Abir as the flirtatious Hori does a good job. Resshmi looks the part of an executive assistant in her corporate get-up and smart dressing. Compared to the power-packed performances that the actor has been consistently delivering in the past few films, Saswata is just okay in this one. Aborto has another connect with Seemabaddha. Actor Barun Chanda, who had played the lead in Ray’s film makes an appearance here as one of the board members. The film drags in the second half trying to explain the past episodes. However it's interesting to see the director not taking a moral stand here. The characters are well-rounded but storyline goes haywire after a point and comes across as a bit predictable. It begins with a promise, but fails to keep the momentum going till the end.