Ami Je Ke Tomar is a 2017 Indian Bengali-language romance drama film directed by Rabi Kinagi and produced by Shrikant Mohta and Mahendra Soni under the banner of SVF Entertainment.[2] The film stars Ankush, Sayantika Banerjee and Nusrat Jahan in the lead roles.[2][3] The film was released on 19 May 2017. It is the remake of the Marathi film Mitwaa starring Swapnil Joshi and Sonalee.The film was superhit in box office. Sayantika Banerjee received best actress for this film.

Ami Je Ke Tomar
Ami Je Ke Tomar - Poster.jpg
Directed byRabi Kinagi
Produced byShrikant Mohta
Mahendra Soni
Screenplay byN K Salil
Music byIndradeep Dasgupta
CinematographyIswarchandra Barik
Edited byMd. Kalam
Distributed bySVF Entertainment
Release date
  • 19 May 2017 (2017-05-19)


Aditya (Ankush Hazra) portrays a young millionaire with a heart of gold. He successfully runs a business of resorts. His life is anchored by his best friend and business associate, Prachi (Sayantika Banerjee). Life is all about fun, work and girls for him until one day when his car bumps into Esha's cycle. Aditya is instantly enamored by the pretty and innocent girl who seems to have no interest in the flirty, rich bachelor. He gives in to his ego by giving Esha (Nusrat Jahan) a job in his resort even though she can't work in the second shift. As times goes by, Aditya starts sharing his deepest thoughts with Esha. She sees the simple, lovable man behind the successful persona who loves the food made by his aunt. Unwittingly, she loses her heart to this flirty man who confesses to be commitment phobic. These three characters become the best of buddies. Prachi sees the growing chemistry between these two and she keeps her love for Aditya hidden inside her. Turbulence occurs when Esha's past crops in and misleads their lives in different direction. And her past which involves Akash, her semi-dead husband. He used to love her unconditionally, which Aditya believes he himself isn't capable of. When Aditya and Esha's relationship was hidden, Esha did not want Aditya to meet Akash at any cost. But doubt in his mind leads him to the hospital where Akash takes his last breath. After a prolonged silent treatment by Esha, Aditya runs to her home. Not finding her there, he meets her in the temple and forces her to speak up. And Esha leaves with anger blaming him for Akash's death. Hopeless in love, Esha prepares for the death ceremony. Surprisingly, her mother-in-law invites Aditya, thanking him for the peaceful dead of Akash and tells them to get married since Aditya is the only one who can love Esha unconditionally. After successfully getting married, they have a car accident. And from that incident, she suffers from a brain disease which makes her think Akash is still alive, where Aditya thinks he won to get married to the love of his life yet lost her.[3]



Ami Je Ke Tomar
Soundtrack album by
Released23 April 2017 (2017-04-23)
LabelSVF Entertainment
ProducerIndraadip Dasgupta
Indraadip Dasgupta chronology
Tomake Chai
Ami Je Ke Tomar
Chaya O Chobi

The soundtrack for Ami Je Ke Tomar is composed by Indradeep Dasgupta and has lyrics written by Prasen (Prasenjit Mukherjee).[4]

No.TitleArtist (s)Length
1."Ami Je Ke Tomar" (Title Track)Armaan Malik04:44
2."Bhalobeshe Felechi"Ash King & Jonita Gandhi03:11
3."Eshe Gechi Kacha Kachi"Arijit Singh, Antara Mitra & Aditi Paul04:09
4."Take It Easy"Soumalya Mitra & Payal Dev03:30


The film released on 19 May 2017.

Critical receptionEdit

In a review by The Times of India, the film was praised for being able to touch a nerve with the audience despite being a remake of a film with cultural differences.[2] While the acting of Ankush, Nusrat Jahan and Sayantika Banerjee was praised, the film was also criticized for plot holes.[2]


  1. ^ "Ami Je Ke Tomar film Reviews". Retrieved 23 April 2017.
  2. ^ a b c d "Ami je ke tomar Movie Review, Trailer, & Show timings at Times of India". The Times of India. Retrieved 16 September 2017.
  3. ^ a b "Ankush Nusrat and Sayantika take off to shoot for AMI JE KE TOMAR". The Times of India. Retrieved 23 April 2017.
  4. ^ "Armaan Malik bags another Bengali song 'Ami Je Ke Tomar'". Retrieved 16 September 2017.

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