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Kakababur Protyaborton (transl. The return of Kakababu) is an Indian Bengali-language adventure drama film directed by Srijit Mukherji and produced by Shrikant Mohta and Mahendra Soni. It is based on a Bengali adventure novel by Sunil Gangopadhyay, Jongoler Modhye Ek Hotel. This film is released under the banner of Shree Venkatesh Films. This is the third film of Srijit's Kakababu series after Mishawr Rawhoshyo and Yeti Obhijaan.
|Directed by||Srijit Mukherji|
|Screenplay by||Srijit Mukherji|
|Story by||Sunil Gangopadhyay|
|Based on||Jongoler Modhya Ek Hotel|
by Sunil Gangopadhyay
|Produced by||Shrikant Mohta|
|Music by||Indraadip Dasgupta|
|Distributed by||Shree Venkatesh Films|
Raja Roy Chowdhury alias Kakababu and his nephew, young Santu take a trip to Kenya, Africa. On reaching their destination for a vacation, they get along with a Bengali man, Amal and learn that the hotel is going through a change of ownership along with a string of problems. Their vacation starts on a disturbing note when Kakababu receives a threat call from a stranger but he ignores it. On speaking to the current owner, Mr. Livingstone, Kakababu finds out that he is eager to sell off the property. It leads him to believe that some people are conspiring to acquire the hotel at a much lower price. The new owner tells them about the mysterious disappearance of two German tourists and how it has drastically affected their hotel business. He also tells them how the Masai tribe has been poaching wild animals and selling off their skin to protest against the government policy. A Kenya Government official and businessman, Mr. Ninjane invite Kakababu to visit his hotel in Masai Mara forest. After an adventurous journey, they reach the hotel, Little Viceroy. Kakababu comes across some shady people in the hotel, senses foul play and decides to dig deep. As he starts enquiring, they get sucked into yet another dangerous game of life and death. 
- Prosenjit Chatterjee as Kakababu
- Aryann Bhowmik as Santu
- Anirban Chakrabarti as Amal De
- Srijit Mukherji as PR Lohia (special appearance)
- Soumyabrata Rakshit as Hasmukh Patel
- Jacques Adriaanse as Gunard Olen
- Alonso Grandio
|Soundtrack album by|
|Released||23 January 2022|
The background score and the soundtracks are composed by Indraadip Dasgupta and lyrics are penned by Srijato.
|1.||"Phire Elo Kakababu"||Srijato||Indraadip Dasgupta||Rupam Islam||6:43|
|2.||"Teen Tirikke Noy"||Srijato||Indraadip Dasgupta||Anindya Chatterjee|
|3.||"Nei Bhoy"||Srijato||Indraadip Dasgupta||Shaan||5:18|
The film was released on 4 February 2022 coinciding with the occasion of Saraswati Puja.
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