Royal Bengal Rohosso

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Royal Bengal Rohosso
Royal bengal rahasya movie poster.jpg
Directed by Sandip Ray
Written by Satyajit Ray
Based on Royal Bengal Rahashya
by Satyajit Ray
Starring Sabyasachi Chakrabarty
Bibhu Bhattacharya
Basudeb Mukherjee
Music by Piddu Datta Ray
Distributed by Shree Venkatesh Films
Release date(s)
  • 23 December 2011 (2011-12-23)
Country India
Language Bengali

Royal Bengal Rohosso (Bengali: রয়েল বেঙ্গল রহস্য) (2011) is a thriller film directed by Sandip Ray based on the novel of the same name by Satyajit Ray. The film was released on 23 December 2011.It is the fifth film of New Feluda Fanchise as wall as the sequel of Gorosthaney Sabdhan. After the demise of Bibhu Bhattacharya (Jatayu), Sabyasachi Chakrabarty said that he might be not play Feluda again, Director Sandip Ray said Feluda will happen again but after finding new trio except Saheb Bhattacharya as Topshe. Feluda might be rebooted or continued with a new cast as early as possible.[citation needed]

Plot[edit]

On an invitation by Mahitosh Singha Ray, Lalmohon Babu robs Feluda and Topshe at a forest near Bhutan and climbs up in the ancestral home of Mahitosh Singha Ray. After few days of their arrival,Mahitosh Singha Ray's assistance, Tarit dies. His deadbody is found in the forest, and police believes he has died due to the tiger's snarl. But later they found a blood-stained sword near his body. Meanwhile, Mahitosh gives Feluda a puzzle to solve. Feluda's amazing intelligence is proved in this part. He solves it most amazingly, and at the end, chalks out that a treasure chest is hidden 55 hands away from a tree which has a hole between it, which looks like an old person's mouth without any teeth; between two Arjuna trees. While Feluda and his companion are on the way to the treasure chest, they finds Tarit's spectacles and later on, his torch, which suggests that Tarit has solved the puzzle much earlier than the others, and was on his way to the treasure chest. At last, Feluda finds the treasure chest, and helds out the conclusion. Mahitosh had broke his hand due to a fall from a tree, which Feluda came to know when he was unable to hold the rifle. All the precious huntings of the tiger were done by his friend, Shashanka. On that night, while Tarit was about to leave, Shashanka too followed him quietly. When there came a Royal Bengal Tiger. Shashanka fired his rifle, which shoot off the tiger's nose after Feluda found a bit of skin. Tarit's sword, as he observed, has begun acting like a magnet, which was created by a flash of lightning. Thus, Tarit wasn't murdered by any villain, but only, the nature was the cause of his death. He, at the end of the story is rewarded with a part of treasure.

Cast[edit]

Production[edit]

The film version of the book was made by Sandip Ray with the earlier cast of the leading characters. The opening credits include a note that all the animals that appear in the film have been fashioned digitally. The actor of 'Jatayu', Bibhu Bhattacharjee died on the night of 22 September 2011, the day the dubbing was completed.[1] It was released on 23 December 2011. The film is produced by Shree Venkatesh Films and Surinder Films.[2] The film, made on a budget of 2 crore grossed about 2.25 crore, became a Superhit.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sandip’s Jatayu dead after last Feluda dub". The Telegraph (Calcutta, India). 23 September 2011. 
  2. ^ "Royal Bengal Rahasya Trivia". 

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