Bindaas (2014 film)
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|Directed by||Rajiv Kumar Biswas|
|Produced by||Shrikanta Mohta |
Shree Venkatesh Films
|Screenplay by||N.K. Salil|
|Story by||Koratala Siva and N.K. Salil|
|Music by||Savvy |
Devi Sri Prasad
|Edited by||Raviranjan Maitra|
|Distributed by||Shree Venkatesh Films|
Jalsha Movies Production
|Budget||₹3.86 crore (US$540,000)|
|Box office||6.80 crore|
Bindaas (Bengali: বিন্দাস) (English: Coolheaded) is a 2014 Indian action romantic Bengali film directed by Rajiv Kumar Biswas. It's a Shree Venkatesh Films production in association with Jalsha Movies Production. The film stars Dev, Sayantika Banerjee, Srabanti Chatterjee and Chiranjeet Chakraborty. It is a remake of the 2013 Telugu film Mirchi.This film was the List of highest-grossing Bengali films of the year.
The movie begins with Abhi (Dev) practicing guitar when a girl runs to him and asks him to save her from a gang of goons chasing her. Then Abhi, without fighting, resolves the conflict. The girl introduces herself as Kajol (Sayantika Banerjee). They slowly become friends. But one day she asks Abhi to leave her and go as she cannot stand the separation from him if their relationship develops any further. He then goes back to India and changes the mind of Kajol's brother and when they give a vacation he goes with him to his village. There, where everyone are conservative in nature, he changes their nature and makes them more lovable.
When Kajol expresses her love for him, he tells his flashback. It is then revealed that he was born to their rival's family. His father (Chiranjeet Chakraborty) wanted to convert the people of his village. But his mother didn't want to stay there, so she left him. Later when Abhi goes there, he falls in love with Anjali (Srabanti Chatterjee).
He starts taking revenge on the Kajol's family without revealing his identity. Then they decide to marry Abhi with Anjali because they both are in love with each other. During the marriage the inspector tells his father that the enmity is rekindling because his son is taking revenge on the rivals. Soon afterwards, the rivals come and start killing everyone. After the fight, Abhi's mother dies. His father banishes him and blames her death on him. The story is now back to the present. Kajol's uncle challenges Abhi that if he can defeat his men then he too would follow non violence. After successfully defeating them, her uncle asks Abhi that if he could defeat the rival's son (not knowing that it was Abhi himself) he would marry Kajol to Abhi.
Abhi gets angry at his stubbornness and reveals his true identity. He starts fighting with Kajol's uncle. Then all her family members come and convert him too. This was watched by his father who had just arrived there. His father welcomes him back to the family. The film ends with him reuniting with Anjali.
- Dev as Abhimanyu aka Abhi
- Srabanti Chatterjee as Anjali
- Sayantika Banerjee as Kajol
- Chiranjeet Chakraborty as Dibakar Sen, Abhi's father
- Kharaj Mukherjee as Krishnochandra Singha
- Indrani Sen
- Sudip Mukherjee as Abhi's uncle
- Amitabh Bhattacharjee
- Raja as Rudra, Kajol's elder brother
- Surajit Sen as Indra
- Supriyo Dutta as Kajol's Grandfather
- Sumit Ganguly as Sukhdeb
- Tomal Roy Chowdhury as Rudra's Elder Brother
|Soundtrack album by|
|Genre||Feature film soundtrack|
|Label||Shree Venkatesh Films, Jalsha Movies Production and V Music|
|Producer||Shrikanto Mohta |
Jalsha Movies Production
|Arindam Chatterjee chronology|
|Habib Wahid chronology|
|1||"Party Shoes"||Shadaab Hashmi and Neha Kakkar||3:45||Savvy||Riddhi Barua/Savvy|
|2||"Tomake Chere Ami"||Habib Wahid and Tulsi Kumar||4:37||Habib Wahid||SA Haque Alik|
|3||"Bhalobeshe Kono Bhool Korini Aami"||Arindam Chatterjee and Shalmali Kholgade||4.33||Arindam Chatterjee||Prasen|
|4||"Ajke Ei Khushir Dine" Remake from Pandagala song||Zubeen Garg||4:52||Devi Sri Prasad||Priyo Chattopadhay|
|5||"Remix Qawwali"||Nakash Aziz And Neha Kakkar||4:00||Savvy and Dev||Savvy|
|6||"Bindaas Mashup"||Savvy||4.00||Savvy, Arindam Chatterjee and Habib Wahid||DJ Mix|
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