Bolo Na Tumi Aamar

Bolo Na Tumi Aamar is a 2010 romantic comedy movie directed by Sujit Mondal and starring Dev and Koel Mallick in lead roles with Sabyasachi Chakraborty, Mousumi Saha and Tota Roy Chowdhury in supporting roles. The music was scored by Jeet Ganguly.[1][2] The film was released on 15 January 2010. The film was a remake of the 2006 Telugu movie Happy.The Film was Super-hit at box-office.

Bolo Na Tumi Aamar
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Bolo Na Tumi Aamar Movie Poster
Directed bySujit Mondal
Screenplay byN.K. Salil
Story byA. Karunakaran
Based onHappy (Telugu Film)
Produced byNispal Singh
Koel Mallick
Sabyasachi Chakraborty
Tota Ray Chowdhury
Mousumi Saha
CinematographyKumud Verma
Edited byRabiranjan Moitra
Music byJeet Gannguli
Yuvan Shankar Raja
Distributed bySurinder Films
Release date
  • 15 January 2010 (2010-01-15)
Running time
164 Minutes


Abhishek meets Madhurima, a medical student in North Bengal. After they return to Kolkata, they keep bumping into each other. Abhishek works as a pizza delivery boy. Madhurima’s marriage is fixed with Soumyadeep Sen, a cop, as her father saw her with Abishek on her scooter. Since it was Abhishek's fault, he wants to help Madhurima, so he tells Soumyadeep that he loves Madhurima. Soumyadeep, being a very "nice guy", calls off the marriage. Meanwhile, Madhurima's father fixes her marriage with another man, so Soumyadeep whisks them away and gets them married. They stay in a huge flat belonging to Soumyadeep. A line is drawn in the house so they don’t cross the line, as they stay separately. After a few days, Madhurima requires 2 Lakhs (50,00f0 at first) immediately as fees begin to appear for her exams. They slowly become friends and indulge in their relations more. After Madhurima had her exam, she saw that she failed in one subject. Thinking that it was Abhishek's fault, she insults him on his birthday and asks for divorce and to leave the flat. Abhishek then doubles up as a stuntman, signs a contract and quietly goes and pays the money without informing Madhurima, as he was falling in love with her. When the results come out, Madhurima becomes the all India topper. She longs to meet Abhishek whom she had asked to leave the house and discovers that he is in the hospital, as he had injured himself while performing a dangerous stunt. On her way to meet him, Madhurima is taken into custody on false charges by a cop, Inspector Rudra, who wanted to get revenge on her father, a retired cop. Abhishek lands there after getting a call from Madhurima, who had managed to call him from another person’s phone. He starts beating the cops, but gets beaten black and blue himself. He manages to get up and start beating the cops again, nearly killing Rudra. Soumyadeep appears there and stops him, then asks Madhurima’s father to accept them; he does so readily.



Bolo Na Tumi Aamar
Soundtrack album by
StudioSurinder Films
GenreFeature film soundtrack
ProducerSurinder Films
Jeet Gannguli chronology
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Bolo Na Tumi Aamar
Target: The Final Mission
Singles from Bolo Na Tumi Aamar
  1. "Bolo Na Tumi Amar"
    Released: 16 September 2018
  2. "Keu Elo Mone Mone"
    Released: 17 September 2018
  3. "Aaina Mon Bhanga"
    Released: 18 September 2018
  4. "Le Paglu Dance"
    Released: 19 September 2018
  5. "Hate You"
    Released: 20 September 2018

The soundtrack features 6 songs composed by Jeet Gannguli and Yuvan Shankar Raja with lyrics written by Priyo Chattopadhyay, Chandrani Gannguli and Gautam Sushmit.

No. Title Lyric(s) Music Artists length
1 "Bolo Na Tumi Amar" Gautam Sushmit Jeet Gannguli Jeet Gannguli, Monali Thakur 3:22
2 "Keu Elo Mone Mone" Chandrani Gannguli Jeet Gannguli Jeet Gannguli, Chandrani Gannguli 4:35
3 "Aaina Mon Bhanga" Priyo Chattopadhyay Jeet Gannguli Zubeen Garg 4:36
4 "Le Paglu Dance" Priyo Chattopadhyay Jeet Gannguli Jeet Gannguli 3:39
5 "Hate You" Priyo Chattopadhyay Yuvan Shankar Raja, Jeet Gannguli (Arranger) Babul Supriyo, Monali Thakur 5:11
6 "Le Paglu Dance" (Remix) Priyo Chattopadhyay Jeet Gannguli Jeet Gannguli


  1. ^ "Bolo Na Tumi Aamar". Go Molo. Archived from the original on 17 March 2012. Retrieved 24 April 2013.
  2. ^ "On the sets of "Bolo Na Tumi Amar"". Archived from the original on 1 March 2016. Retrieved 24 April 2013.