Chheley Kaar (transl. Whose Child?) is a 1954 Indian Bengali-language romantic comedy film directed by Chitta Basu and produced by Charan Chitra. This film received President's Silver Medal in National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Bengali in 1954. The film was remade in Hindi as Bandish starring Ashok Kumar and Meena Kumari. The film was also remade in Tamil as Yaar Paiyyan and in Malayalam as Bhagyamudra.
|Directed by||Chitta Basu|
|Screenplay by||Jyotirmoy Roy|
|Story by||Jyotirmoy Roy|
|Music by||Kalipada Sen|
|Edited by||Kamal Ganguly|
|Distributed by||Chhaya Bani Limited|
Tomato is an orphan lives with his adoptive father. His father is very sick, suffering from a virulent disease, and will die within a few months. He instructed Tomato to take shelter to a rich person, Kunal Sen. Tomato approaches Kunal in a park and calls him as father. Shocked, Kunal tries to escape from the unknown child Tomato, but cannot. After many obstacles and chaos, Kunal and his girlfriend Mili start loving Tomato.
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