Khoka 420

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Khoka 420
Khoka 420 movie.jpg
Khoka 420 Theatrical poster
Directed by Rajib Biswas
Produced by Ashok Dhanuka
Eskay Movies
Written by Shayak Ganguly
Story by Pele
Starring Dev
Subhashree Ganguly
Nusrat Jahan
Music by Rishi Chanda
Shree Pritam
Savvy Gupta
Shrijit
Cinematography Shrisha Roy
Edited by Mohammad Kalam Khan,Saikat Sengupta
Distributed by Eskay Movies and Jalsha Movies Production
Release dates
  • 14 June 2013 (2013-06-14)
Running time 166 minutes
Country India
Language Bengali

Khoka 420 is a Bengali romantic comedy film directed by Rajib Biswas. The film's title flows on Dev's popular song of Khokababu. The film stars Dev, Subhashree Ganguly, Nusrat Jahan, Rajatava Dutta, Tapas Paul and others. The film is a remake of Brindavanam[1]

Plot[edit]

In this story Krish (played by Dev) is the hero and Bhoomi (played by Subhashree Ganguly) is the leading heroine.[2] Krish is the son of a rich man. Krish (has love interest in Megha (Nusrat Jahan). Megha also loves Krish a.k.a Krishna. Their relationship goes fine until Megha meets Bhoomi (Subhasree) and they become best friends. Bhoomi tells her best friend Megha about his rowdy and tough cousin who her family wants her to get married to but she does not want to marry. Megha gets worried about her friend and tells the problem to her boyfriend, Krish. Megha makes Bhoomi meet Krish and tells Krish to act as if Krish is Bhoomi's boyfriend and let Bhoomi's family know that Bhoomi is in a relationship with Krish. Krish does not agree at first but later agrees to help out Bhoomi. In the meantime, Bhoomi fall in love with Krish in reality. Krish also gets close to Bhoomi. Later, one day Krish gets to know that Megha and Bhoomi's fathers are step-brothers and they have a family rivalry between them from ages. Krish meets the two brother's grandfather (Haradhan Bandopadhyay) and gets to know why they have the rivalry and also gets to know that grandfather wants them to be together again. The grandfather gives the responsibility to Krish to get the two families together again and if he is successful he will get Megha or Bhoomi- whoever he is in love with hand in marriage. Krish falls in a big problem as he is not interested in all this family rivalry. But later he decides to get the family together. In the meantime, Megha gets the wrong idea that Krish and Bhoomi is cheating her and Krish is in love with Bhoomi and not her. Due to the untimely death of Late Shri Haradhan Bandopadhay,the climax of the movie was changed which made it different from the original story of Brindavanam where Krish marries Bhoomi as Meera explained.

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Soundtrack[edit]

Khoka 420
Soundtrack album by Rishi Chanda, Shree Pritam, Savvy and Shrijit
Released May 2013 (2013-05)
Recorded 2013
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Length 34.50 min
Label Eskay Movies-Eskay Music (Dhoom Music)
Producer Ashok Dhanuka

The album is scored by Savvy.

Name Singer Rating Hitz
01. Mad I Am Mad Mika Singh and Saberi Bhattacharya 7.0 Yes
02. Solid Case Kheyechhi Bappi Lahiri and Poornima Shrestha 8.0 Yes
03. Bin Tere Tere Bin Zubeen Garg 9.0 Yes (Most Successful Song of the album)
04. Gobhir Joler Fish (Title Track) Abhijeet Bhattacharya and Akriti Kakkar 8.0 Yes
05. O Bondhu Amar Shaan and Mahalaxmi Iyer 7.6 Yes
06. Jay Govinda Jay Gopala Abhijeet Bhattacharya and Mahalaxmi Iyer 8.0 Yes

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