Game (2014 film)

  (Redirected from Game: He Plays To Win)

Game is a 2014 Indian Bengali-language action thriller film directed by Baba Yadav[1] and produced and distributed by Reliance Entertainment. The film features actors Jeet, Subhashree Ganguly and Saurav Chakraborty in the lead roles. Music of the film has been composed by Jeet Gannguli. The film is a remake of the 2012 Tamil film Thuppakki.[2][3][4][5]

Game: He plays to win
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Theatrical release poster
Directed byBaba Yadav
Produced byReliance Entertainment
Screenplay byN.K. Salil
Story byAR Murugadoss
Based onThuppakki (Tamil)
Subhashree Ganguly
Music byJeet Gannguli
CinematographyP.Shelva Kumar
Edited byMD Kalam
Distributed byReliance Entertainment
Release date
  • 30 May 2014 (2014-05-30)
Running time
161 minutes


Abhimanyu Chatterjee (Jeet), a Captain in the Indian Army, returns to Kolkata from Kashmir on vacation. On his arrival, his parents and younger sisters force him to see Trisha (Subhashree Ganguly), who they choose for him to be married to. At the bride-viewing ceremony, Abhimanyu makes up excuses to avoid marrying her, which includes commenting about her being old-fashioned. On the contrary, Trisha is a college-level boxer, who is completely modern in her outlook. Abhimanyu realises this and proposes to her, which she reciprocates.

One day, while travelling around the city with his police officer-friend Santilal, Abhimanyu witnesses the explosion of a bus in which they had travelled. He manages to capture the man who laid the bomb, but he escapes from the hospital where he was kept under custody. kidnaps the bomber again, and also forces the police officer who helped the bomber's escape, to commit suicide. Abhimanyu soon learns that the bomber is a mere executor, a sleeper cell, whose only role was to plant the bomb. He also discovers that the Islamic terrorist group Harkat-ul-Jihad al-Islami, which the bomber belongs to, has planned various such attacks in the city in a couple of days. Enlisting the help of his fellow Army men and Shantilal, Abhimanyu manages to thwart these attacks and kill the sleeper cell leader's brother and eleven other terrorists, including the first sleeper cell.

When the leader of the terrorist group (Sourav Chakraborty) learns about the role of Abhimanyu in the failure of the terrorist attack, he begins to target the families of the army men, except Abhimanyu, by kidnapping someone close to them. When Abhimanyu realises the plan, he substitutes one of the people to be kidnapped, with his younger sister . Using his pet dog and his sister's dupatta, he manages to reach the terrorists' hideout, rescuing his sister, who was about to be killed after Abhimanyu's bluff was exposed, and the other victims and eliminating the terrorists assembled there. Asif Ali (Zoheb Ahmed), the second-in-command of the sleeper cells is captured and killed by Abhimanyu.

When this attack fails, the terrorist leader decides to target Ahimanyu himself. He asks Abhimanyu to surrender to him or else there would be more terrorist attacks. Abhimanyu decides to sacrifice his life and devises a plan with his fellow army men. Ahimanyu meets the leader in a ship, which has been rigged with a bomb planted by Abhimanyu's friend. When he learns about the leader's plan however, which is to expose Abhimanyu's army team as terrorists and knowing about a Muslim terrorist in the Indian defence — Vinod Sharma (Arindam Sil), he fights the leader and escapes with him in a boat. After the ship explodes, he kills the leader. Abhimanyu confronts Vinod Sharma and forces him to commit suicide, and later returns to Kashmir with his team.


  • Jeet as Abhimanyu Chatterjee, Captain in DIA, a wing of Indian Army.
  • Subhashree Ganguly as Trisha, a boxer.
  • Sudipto Ballav as Inspector Shantilal, Abhimanyu's best friend
  • Saurav Chakraborty as sleeper cell's leader, who plans 12 bomb blasts in Kolkata
  • Shankar Chakraborty as Dibakar Panda, Abhimanyu's senior commanding officer.
  • Arindam Sil as Vinod Sharma, DIA Secretary
  • Biswajit Chakraborty as Abhimanyu's father
  • Moushumi Saha as Abhimanyu's mother
  • Subhashish Mukherjee as Trisha's father (Cameo Appearance)
  • Arindol Bagchi as ACP Raghav Sen
  • Zoheb Ahmed as sleeper cell's chief head
  • Yusuf Chishti as Abhimanyu’s friend in the Army who is part of the team that kills the terrorists
●Asst DIRECTOR- joy mitra


The film's production commenced in 2013, The soundtrack is composed by Jeet Gannguli, The trailer of Game released on 2 May 2014 and got a bumper response both from critics and audience. According to director Baba Yadav, Jeet's role is that of an Army officer for which Jeet lost some weight to fit in the role and to look 6 years younger from his real biological age. Jeet also sported a crew-cut hairstyle for his role. Whilst Subhasree will play a role of boxer and Avimanyu (Jeet's) love interest Trisha.


Game – He plays to win
Soundtrack album by
Released23 May 2014
GenreFeature film soundtrack
LabelReliance Entertainment
ProducerReliance Entertainment
Jeet Gannguli chronology
Chirodini Tumi Je Amar 2
Game – He plays to win
Singles from Game: He Plays To Win
  1. "Bum Chiki Chikni Chiki Song"
    Released: 10 Apr 2014
  2. "Game - Title Song"
    Released: 24 Apr 2014
  3. "Ore Manwa Re"
    Released: 8 May 2014
  4. "Party All Night"
    Released: 20 May 2014
Track Song Singer(s) Duration Lyricist
1 "Game-Title Track" Javed Ali 03:48 Raja Chanda
2 "Bum Chiki Chikni Chiki" Nakash Aziz & Akriti Kakkar 03:47 Jalsha Movies Production Team
3 "Ore Manwa Re" Arijit Singh & Akriti Kakkar 04:37 Prasen (Prasenjit Mukherjee)
4 "Party All Night" Benny Dayal & Neeti Mohan 03:29 Jalsha Movies Production Team

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ "Jeet-Subhashere again work with Baba Yadav". Themoviesmania. Archived from the original on 14 April 2014. Retrieved 13 April 2014.
  2. ^ "Game Bengali movie by jeet and Shubashree". Cinejalsha. Retrieved 13 April 2014. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  3. ^ "Bengali movie game". tollybolly24. Archived from the original on 13 April 2014. Retrieved 13 April 2014.
  4. ^ "Game 2014 Bengali film". newssongbd. Archived from the original on 13 April 2014. Retrieved 13 April 2014.
  5. ^ "game movie". woodstimes. Retrieved 13 April 2014. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)

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