Bombaiyer Bombete

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Bombaiyer Bombete
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Dvd cover of Bombaiyer Bombete
Directed by Sandip Ray
Produced by D. Rama Naidu
Written by Satyajit Ray
Starring Sabyasachi Chakrabarty
Parambrata Chatterjee
Bibhu Bhattacharya
Music by Sandip Ray
Release date(s) 2003
Running time 100 minutes
Country India
Language Bengali
Budget Rs 80 lakhs
Box office Rs 2.0 crores

Bombaiyer Bombete (Bengali: বোম্বাইয়ের বোম্বেটে) (2003) is a thriller film directed by Sandip Ray based on the story of the same name by Satyajit Ray. It is the First film of the fictional detective character Feluda after 25 years, created by his (Sandip Ray) father Satyajit Ray. It is the first film of the New Feluda Franchise though Sabyasachi played Feluda several times in TV series and telefilms directed by Sandip Ray. One of the telefilms, Baksho Rahashya (1996) in which Sabyasachi Chakrabarty also starred as Feluda was released in theaters later. Previously Feluda was played by Soumitra Chatterjee in two films Sonar Kella (1974) and Joi Baba Felunath (1978) directed by Satyajit Ray. This was the first of new Feluda film series. After the huge success of Bombaiyer Bombete four sequels have been made till 2012, they are Kailashey Kelenkari, Tintorettor Jishu, Gorosthaney Sabdhan and Royal Bengal Rohosso.


Lalmohan Ganguly, alias Jatayu − a sidekick of Feluda − gets invited to Mumbai (previously Bombay) to watch the shooting of a film based on a novel written by him. Once in Mumbai, he, along with Feluda and Topshe gets embroiled with underworld kingpins. He seems to have transported the Nana Sahib's necklace. But fortunately because of Feluda the real thief is caught and convicted.

Although the original story was written in the 1970s, the movie is set in more recent times and depict the real problem of underworld involvement in Bollywood.



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