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|Directed by||Amar Choudhury|
|Produced by||Madan Theatres Ltd|
|Written by||Amar Choudhury|
|Music by||Kshirodegopal Mukherjee|
|25 April 1931|
Jamai Shashthi (Bengali: জামাই ষষ্ঠী English: Son-in-law day) is a 1931 Bengali short film directed by Amar Choudhury, produced by Madan Theatre Limited. It is a milestone of Bengali cinema as it was the first Bengali short film as a talkie. It was released at Crown Cinema Hall in Calcutta on 11 April 1931, in the same year as Alam Ara, the first Indian talkie.
- Gokulsing, K.; Wimal Dissanayake (2004). Indian popular cinema: a narrative of cultural change. Trentham Books. p. 24. ISBN 1-85856-329-1.
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