Cross Connection

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Cross Connection
Directed by Abhijit Guha
Sudeshna Roy
Produced by Acropolis Entertainment Pvt Ltd
Written by Satyaki Tarafdar
Screenplay by Padmanabha Dasgupta
Starring Saswata Chatterjee
Rimjhim Mitra
Abir Chatterjee
Payel Sarkar
Music by Neel Dutt [1]
Cinematography Soumik Haldar
Edited by Sujay Datta Ray
Distributed by Piyali Films
Release date
  • 1 May 2009 (2009-05-01)
Running time
125 minutes
Country India
Language Bengali

Cross Connection (Bengali: ক্রস কানেকশন) is a 2009 Indian Bengali film.[2]


The film revolves around four youths who try to discover their perfect love matches. Things repeatedly go wrong till they get resolved on Mandarmani beach near Kolkata. Imon (Rimjhim Mitra), is a pretty, modern dancer and choreographer with a steady boyfriend Akaash (Ritwik Chakraborty) who is a happy-go-lucky young man. Akaash is not confident about his English yet does not suffer a complex because his girlfriend is good at it. The problem is that they keep fighting all the time till it breaks up. The two are quick to find two other youngsters, Vicky (Abir Chatterjee) and Piya (Payel Sarkar) to replace their former steady mates. But who is the right partner for the other? Is Vicky better than Akaash for Imon or would she rather stick to the troublesome Akaash? Is the ambitious, beautiful and petite Payal good enough for Akaash or would she rather go along with the USA-returned Vicky who is a short while away from flying off to Toronto? This is a love story with the modern generation X in mind. There is romance, there is cynicism, ambition and love. Above all there is comedy and a touch of sex without which no love story is complete. Cross connection deals with Imon’s three loves, Aakash’s three loves, Piya’s switches and Vicky’s intentions. This is a love story where egos clash to raise a laugh.


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  1. ^ Piyasree Dasgupta (21 April 2009). "Song Connection". Indian Express. Retrieved 24 April 2009. 
  2. ^ AMRITA ROYCHOUDHURY (11 December 2008). "Cross Connection ho jaye". Times of India. Retrieved 24 April 2009. 

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