Challenge (2009 film)
Challenge is a 2009 Indian Bengali romantic comedy directed by Raj Chakraborty. The film starres Dev and Subhashree Ganguly.The film is a remake of the 2003 Telugu film Dil  For few scenes and music-videos, shooting was done in Dubai
Theatrical Release Poster
|Directed by||Raj Chakraborty|
|Produced by||Shree Venkatesh Films|
|Screenplay by||N.K. Salil|
|Music by||Jeet Gannguli|
Abir (Dev) joins a college where Pooja (Subhashree Ganguly) daughter of a ruthless businessman studying. Her father is more obsessive and conservative in taking care of Pooja and doesn't tolerate if anyone directly or indirectly disturbs Pooja. Abir is ragged by a bunch of students which in return he smashes all of them. He also confronts her father's henchmen and make them ask sorry to him when they misbehave with him before his fight to the students. This was seen by Pooja and got impressed of him. She has also fallen in love with him, which in turn he reciprocates. This was found by Pooja's father. The rest of the story is how Abir and Pooja unite?. After a series of events.
The films ends with a happy note.
- Dev as Aabir
- Subhashree Ganguly as Pooja
- Rajatabha Dutta as Agnideb Sen / Pooja's Dad
- Tulika Basu as Pooja's Mom
- Biswajit Chakraborty as Aabir's Dad
- Laboni Sarkar as Aabir's Mom
- Kharaj Mukherjee as Principal
- Parthosarathi Deb as Aabir's Best Friend
- Supriyo Dutta as Kartik Da
- Prasun Gain as Kartik's Assistant
|1||Bhojo Gourango||Jeet Gannguli||Priyo Chattopadhyay|
|2||Bondhura Elomelo||Dibyendu Mukherjee||Dipangshu Acharyaa|
|3||Challenge Nibi Na Sala||Jeet Gannguli||Abhimannyu Mukherjee|
|4||Dekhechi Tomake Srabone||Shaan, June Banerjee||Priyo Chattopadhyay|
|5||Janina||Nachiketa Chakraborty||Nachiketa Chakraborty|
|6||Mahi Ve||Kunal Ganjawala||Gautam Sushmit|
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