|Produced by||Shib Narayan Dutta|
|Screenplay by||Mahendra Chakraborty|
|Story by||Upendranath Ganguly|
|Music by||Sudhin Dasgupta|
|Edited by||Baidyanath Chatterjee|
Chhadmabeshi (lit. 'Disguised') is a 1971 Bengali comedy film directed by Agradoot,[a] starring Uttam Kumar and Madhabi Mukherjee as leads, based on the story Chhadobeshi by writer Upendranath Ganguly. The story revolves around a newly married professor, who plays a practical joke upon his brother-in-law by posing as his family driver.
- Uttam Kumar as Abanish alias Gourhari
- Madhabi Mukherjee as Sulekha
- Bikash Roy as Prashanta
- Subhendu Chatterjee as Subimal
- Tarun Kumar as Binoy
- Anubha Gupta as Labanya
- Jyotsna Biswas as Basudha
- Ashok Mitra as Haripada
- Jahor Roy as Mosaheb Lal (Driver)
- Samita Biswas as Latika
|1.||"Amar Din Kate Na"||Asha Bhonsle|
|2.||"Aaro Dure Chalo Jai"||Asha Bhonsle|
|3.||"Ami Kon Pathe Je Chali"||Manna Dey|
|4.||"Aare Chho Chho Kya Saramke Baat"||Anup Ghoshal|
|5.||"Banchaao Ke Aachho"||Manna Dey|
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