Mon Mane Na (2008 film)

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Mon Mane Na
Directed bySujit Guha
Produced bySurinder Films
Koel Mallick
Music byJeet Gannguli
Release date
5 December 2008
Budget 1.5 crore[1]

Mon Mane Na (Bengali: মন মানে না) is a Bengali romance movie that was released in 2008, directed by Sujit Guha. It was Dev's fourth movie altogether and his second movie with actress Koel Mallick.[2][3] This movie is a remake of the 1995 American romantic comedy movie French Kiss. It also has a few scenes from the Hindi movies Jab We Met, Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge and from Dil Hai Ki Manta Nahin, "Pyar to hona hi tha"


Rahul (Dev) and Ria (Koel Mallick) meet as they are independently travelling to Siliguri. Ria is running away to meet her boyfriend, and Rahul wants to sell his steal.[clarification needed] The destination for both is the hills of Darjeeling.

They step into each other's life as well as behind each other's back as they travel, as Rahul hides his steal in Ria's bag. It gets into the hands of a thief. For Rahul the steal is the only hope, and that is something Ria realizes on visiting Rahul's family. Things take a turn when Ria is heartbroken, as her relationship with her boyfriend falls apart.

She offers to aid Rahul and also makes a deal with her father. As things falls into place for one, the world shatters for the other.

Rahul and Ria meet again but in different circumstances, not on Earth. They both confess their love, and get married.


  • Tapas Paul as ACP Rehman, who was looking for Rahul (Dev) as he had stolen a neckless
  • Dev as Rahul, who had stolen a neckless to arrange his sister's marriage as he was not so rich. He was going to Siliguri from Darjeeling and saw Barsha in a local bus and fall with her in love.
  • Koel Mallick as Barsha, who was the only daughter richest businessman Ronojoy; as he (Hid father) announced Barsha's Marriage with an unknown person on her Birthday she went out from her house because she was in love with Bonny. But later he fell in love with Rahul
  • Biswajit Chakraborty as Ronojoy, Barsha's father, a rich businessman; who had announced Barsha's marriage with an unknown person.But when he understand that his daughter loves a boy (Bonny) he scolded her and Barsha went out from her house. Then he used a lot of steps to find her and at last, he had arranged marriage of Barsha with Rahul
  • Subhashish Mukherjee as Ronojoy's assistant; who had followed Ronojoy and try to find Barsha.
  • Bhola Tamang as Rahman's PA
  • NK Salil as a pickpocketer, who had stolen Barsha's bag with and the neckless. As a result, he was being smashed by Rahul
  • Sumit Ganguly as goon, who had kidnapped Barsha but not successfully as he being smashed by Rahul
  • Premjit Chatterjee as Bonnie, who was the lover of Barsha but he had a relation with another girl. At last he being smashed by Rahul
  • Kaushik Banerjee as Rahul's brother, who asked Rahul to bring Barsha to prove that he was a brother of Him (Kaushik).
  • Dilip Roy as Rahul's Grandfather, who was a big fan of cricket and asked Rahul to bring Barsha to fulfil his cricket team


Mon Mane Na
Soundtrack album by
StudioSurinder Films
GenreFeature film soundtrack
ProducerSurinder Films
Jeet Gannguli chronology
Bor Asbe Ekhuni
Mon Mane Na
Saat Paake Bandha
Singles from Mon Mane Na
  1. "Mon Mane Na"
    Released: 5 December 2018
  2. "Subha Mangalam"
    Released: 5 December 2018
  3. "Chokhe Chokhe"
    Released: 6 December 2018
  4. "Sathi Bhalobasa"
    Released: 6 December 2018
  5. "Chupi Chupi Bhalobasa"
    Released: 7 December 2018

Jeet Gannguli composed the music, and Priyo Chottopadhyay and Gautam Sushmit wrote the lyrics.

1."Mon Mane Na"Priyo ChottopadhyayJeet GannguliZubeen Garg, June Banerjee 
2."Shubo Mangalam"Priyo ChottopadhyayJeet GannguliZubeen Garg, Chorus 
3."Sathi Valobasa Mon"Priyo ChottopadhyayJeet GannguliMiss. Jojo 
4."Chokhe Chokhe Ato"Gautam SushmitJeet GannguliShaan, Shreya Ghoshal 
5."Chupi Chupi Bhalobasa"Gautam SushmitJeet GannguliShaan, June Banerjee 


  1. ^ Nag, Kushali (3 October 2008). "Dreamland". Calcutta, India:
  2. ^ "Mon Maane Na (2008)". Archived from the original on 6 December 2008. Retrieved 5 December 2008.
  3. ^ "Double delight". Calcutta, India: 5 December 2008. Retrieved 5 December 2008.