From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Directed byAgradoot
Produced byShib Narayan Dutta
Bibhuti Laha
Screenplay byMahendra Chakraborty
Subir Hajra
Story byUpendranath Ganguly
StarringUttam Kumar
Madhabi Mukherjee
Music bySudhin Dasgupta
CinematographyBaidyanath Basak
Bibhuti Laha
Edited byBaidyanath Chatterjee
Release date
  • 1971 (1971) (India)
Running time
122 minutes

Chhadmabeshi is a 1971 Bengali comedy film directed by Agradoot, starring Uttam Kumar and Madhabi Mukherjee as leads, based on the story Chhadobeshi by writer Upendranath Ganguly.[1] The story revolves around a newly married professor, who plays a practical joke upon his brother-in-law by posing as his family driver.

The film was remade in Hindi in 1975 as Chupke Chupke starring Dharmendra, Sharmila Tagore, and Amitabh Bachchan [2][3][4] and in Kannada in 2004 as Joke Falls.



Soundtrack album

All music is composed by Sudhin Dasgupta[5].

1."Amar Din Kate Na"Asha Bhonsle 
2."Aaro Dure Chalo Jai"Asha Bhonsle 
3."Ami Kon Pathe Je Chali"Manna Dey[6] 
4."Aare Chho Chho Kya Saramke Baat"Anup Ghoshal 
5."Banchaao Ke Aachho"Manna Dey 


  1. ^ "Bengali cinema's all-time greatest comedy films". The Times of India.
  2. ^
  3. ^ "The films and me: Chupke Chupke vs Chhadmabeshi".
  4. ^ Ganguly, Ruman (27 November 2019). "Remakes of Bengali films: What's new in this trend?". The Times of India. Retrieved 8 March 2020.
  5. ^ "Gaana: Chhadmabeshi songs".
  6. ^ "Manna Dey was the enigmatic 'Chhadmabeshi' of playback singing".

External links[edit]