Nater Guru

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Nater Guru
Nater Guru.jpg
The poster for the film Nater Guru
Directed byHaranath Chakraborty
Produced byShinjini Movies
Written bySamaresh Basu
Koel Mallick
Ranjit Mallick
Moushmi Chatterjee
Music byS. P. Venkatesh
CinematographyV. Probhakar
Edited bySwapan Guha
Distributed byESKAY MOVIES
Release date
14 June 2003
Running time
145 min

Nater Guru (Bengali: নাটের গুরু, "The Main Culprit") is a Bengali movie released in 2003. Directed by Haranath Chakraborty, it featured Jeet, Koel Mallick, Ranjit Mallick and Moushmi Chatterjee. The film was Koel Mallick's cinematic debut. It was successful at the box office.[1][2][3]


A romantic comedy based on Samaresh Basu's populer novel, Nater Guru revolves around four main leads, Robi, Shashi Bhushan, Sulochona and Manisha. Shashi and Suluchona are an estranged couple who are mutually separated from each other but not divorced legally. The separation is out of misunderstandings, egoism and preconceived notions from both sides. After 15 years, Sulochona is a business tycoon while Shashibushan is a worthless race course bookie. Their only daughter Manisha is a dancer, and resides with her mother. Sulochana suffers a heart attack and Manisha unable to get help turns to her father. The father-daughter combo decide that the ailing Sulochona can't be given any stress or anxiety. Hence they carry a stealth operation. They decide to hire Shashi's friend and ally Rabi (Jeet) Maitra and present him as Durgadas. Rabi is required by Manisha to give proxy whenever necessary. He becomes regular. But the two often quarrel and fight over irrelevant issues. Rabi gets insulted by the behaviour of Manisha. Rabi touches Sulochona's feet as Durgadasand brings forth his singing prowess. The music actually heals Sulochona and she is able to walk again. Sulochona loves Rabi. Meanwhile, Sulachona accidentally unravels Rabi's originality. Suluchona admires Rabi's honesty and self-esteem. Rabi's honesty and simplicity makes Manisha fall in love with him. Durgadas creates trouble. But with Shashi's cooperation the lovers reunite. Shashi and Sulochona rediscover their long lost love and the couple get reunited.



The album is composed by S. P. Venkatesh for Nater Guru. Singers are Jeet Gannguli, Jhantu, Swaran Lata, Monu, Pravakar, Anuradha Sriram.

All lyrics are written by Gautam Susmit.

1."Chirodini Adhare Kete"SP VenkateshKumar Bapi 
2."Janina Ki Gaibo Ami"SP VenkateshMano 
3."Ami Sukonna Noi Ononna"SP VenkateshSwaran Lata 
4."Bol Maa Tara Jitbo"SP Venkatesh  
5."Eito Esechi Tomari"SP VenkateshMano, Anuradha Sriram 
6."Paglire Tor Ghara"SP VenkateshS.P.Balasubramanium 
7."Thak baba Thak Aaj"SP VenkateshMano, Anuradha Sriram 


  1. ^ Mitra, Aindrila (24 April 2003). "Koel's on a Tolly high with Nater Guru-Calcutta Times-Cities-The Times of India". Retrieved 31 October 2008.
  2. ^ Sengupta, Sujit. "Bengali Cinema – Nater Guru".
  3. ^ "The Telegraph – Calcutta : Weekend". Calcutta, India: The Telegraph. 4 March 2006. Retrieved 31 October 2008.

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