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Bandhan (2004 film)

Bandhan (Bengali: বন্ধন) is a Bengali family frama movie released in 2004. It was directed by Rabi Kinagi, and featured Jeet, Koyel Mullick in a double role, and Victor Banerjee in the lead role. Bandhan was a huge success in west Bengal and was a blockbuster at the box office. It was the highest grossing Bengali film of 2004.[1] The film was a remake of the Telugu film Santosham and the Tamil film Unnai Thedi.

Bandhan
Bandhan.jpg
Film poster
Directed byRabi Kinagi
Produced byShree Venkatesh Films
Written byRabi Kinagi
StarringJeet
Koyel Mullick
Victor Banerjee
Music byJeet Gannguli
Edited bySuresh Urs
Release date
17 December 2004
Running time
167 mins
CountryIndia
LanguageBengali

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PlotEdit

The story is one of the pivotal characters, Mina (Koel Mallick) narrating the story so far and introducing the family members Everybody is very kind and loved her very much, but his father (Victor Banerjee) is very strict and angry person. Mina is no more. Her husband Rohit (Jeet) and son Rony (Master Angshu) live in Singapore, but they have no contact with Mina's family because Mina had married against her family's will. Presently, Chumki, Mina's cousin is to get married. Her mother Sabitri Devi and most of her family wants Rohit to be a part of the wedding but her father is against it. However Sabitri Devi is stubborn and ultimately succeeds in being able to invite Rohit for the wedding. Rohit is welcomed by the entire family except Pratap Narayan and his son. Rohit is constantly humiliated by the two of them but he doesn't lose hope and does not get hostile. He also explains to Rony as to why he is unwanted in the family. Meanwhile, Mina's twin sister, Rina (Koel Mallick) comes home. Rony looks up to her as his mother while Rohit and she get closer. Rohit and Rony are slowly accepted by Pratap Narayan but things complicate again when Rina's marriage is fixed elsewhere. Rina insists on marrying Rohit but he does not want to face the family rejection again. In the meantime, a letter written by Rina and addressed to Rohit falls into Pratap Narayan's hands and he drives Rohit out of his house again. Things finally are settled and Pratap Narayan goes to the station to get Rohit back.

CastEdit

CrewEdit

MusicEdit

All lyrics written by Gautam Sushmit; all music composed by Jeet Gannguli.

No.TitleSinger(s)Length
1."Aaj Tomai Niye Suru Halo"Sonu Nigam & Sadhana Sargam 
2."Je Kothati Mone Rekhechi"Sonu Nigam & Shreya Ghoshal 
3."Kichu Hashi Kichu Asha"Sonu Nigam 
4."Say Chilo Barai Anmona"Shaan 
5."Bosey Bosey Bhabi"Raghab Chatterjee & Shreya Ghoshal 
6."Tokey Niye Banchbo Aami"Sonu Nigam 

Critical receptionEdit

Bandhan earned mainly positive reviews from critics.[citation needed]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Bhattacharya, Arnab (24 December 2004). "Old, old hat". www.telegraphindia.com. Retrieved 2008-11-19.

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