Paglu

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Paglu
Paglu Film Poster.jpg
Movie Commercial Poster
Directed by Rajib Biswas
Produced by Surinder Films
Written by N.K. Salil
Starring Dev
Koel Mallick
Rajatava Dutta
Music by Jeet Ganguly
Cinematography Kumud Verma
Release dates
  • 3 June 2011 (2011-06-03)
Running time
143 minutes
Country India
Language Bengali
Budget 3.75 cr
Box office 7.25 cr

Paglu (English: Mad) is a 2011 Tollywood romantic comedy film. Directed by Rajib Biswas. The film is a remake of Telugu film Devadasu.[1]

Plot[edit]

The movie begins with Paglu (Dev),a college student, meeting Rimi (Koel Mallick)– a girl who comes down from the U.S. to take admission in 'Princeton' College. She becomes a matter of contention between Dev and his rival in college, Ronnie whom Dev defeats in a challenge and wins over Rimi. Rimi’s father, no less than a Senator in the U.S (Rajatava Dutta) lands up in town and takes her back to the U.S on the pretext of celebrating her birthday. He separates the couple, but they vow to get back to each other. Dev’s visa is rejected so he organizes a public rally and pleads his love for Rimi which helps him get his visa! Once he lands up there, he starts a game with Rimi’s father which sees Dev laying down a challenge to him and also sees him getting bashed up by his goons. He returns and takes Rimi away with him, but later Rimi goes back to her house before the deadline ends though they could have escaped as Dev wanted to prove a point. Dev goes back to India and Rimi joins him later.[2]

Cast[edit]

Crew[edit]

  • Producer: Surinder Films
  • Director: Rajib Biswas
  • Screenplay: N.K. Salil
  • Cinematographer: Kumud Verma
  • Editor: Rabiranjan Moitra
  • Designer: Poulami Dasgupta

Music[edit]

Paglu film's music composed by Jeet Ganguly.

Soundtrack[edit]

Designer[edit]

Paglu film's designer is Poulami Dasgupta.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Paglu vs Shatru". telegraphindia.com. Retrieved 2015-06-27. 
  2. ^ "Paglu Movie Review". the times of india. Retrieved 2015-06-27. 

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Sedin Dekha Hoyechilo
Sedin Dekha Hoyechilo.jpg
Poster
Directed by Sujit Mondal
Produced by Srikanta Mehta
Shree Venkatesh Films
Written by Shayak Ganguly
Screenplay by N.K. Salil
Starring Dev
Srabanti Chatterjee
Tapas Paul
Premjit
Music by Jeet Ganguly, Samidh-Rishi[1]
Cinematography Mohan D. Verma
Edited by Raviranjan Maitra
Distributed by Shree Venkatesh Films
Release dates
  • 24 December 2010 (2010-12-24)
Running time
160 minutes
Country India
Language Bengali
Budget 3.5 cr
Box office 3.9 cr

Sedin Dekha Hoyechilo is a 2010 Indian romantic Bengali film directed by Sujit Mondal.[2] It's a Shree Venkatesh Films production. The film stars Dev, Srabanti Chatterjee, Tapas Paul, Premjit, Koushik Bandyopadhyay, Laboni Sarkar, Shakuntala Barua and many more. SDHC was a Blockbuster at the Box-office. This is a remake of Telugu film Parugu starring Allu Arjun and Sheela.

Plot[edit]

Nandini’s elder sister elopes with her boyfriend on the day of her marriage.Neelkantha Roy, her father, a very strict and stern man decides to find them at any cost. He manages to locate four of Ajoy’s friends from different places and brings them over to his place out of which one of them is Abeer.He holds them captive till they tell about the couple’s whereabouts. They tell him that they don’t know anything, but no one believes them. They decide to flee one day, but Abeer falls in love with a girl though he is unable to see her face. They are again held captive.

Nandini comes to know one day that the girl whom Abeer had told her to locate is herself. She doesn’t tell him anything. Abeer and his friends go with Neelkantha’s men to town one day to Kavita and Ajoy where Abeer helps them to board a bus to Kolkata. Nandini’s uncle accidentally comes to know that Abeer had helped them to flee when he accidentally overhears Nandini’s conversation. The entire group is beaten badly.

Abeer and his friends as well as Nandini accompany her father to Kolkata to find the couple.Abeer even saves Nandini from goons one day and the entire group even stay in Abeer’s house. Then on that night Nandini confesses her love for Abir and they hug each other. They are able to locate the couple one day, but once Kavita replies back to her father, he decides to let them go and stay in peace. The group go back home from Kolkata and Nandini’s marriage is fixed. Abeer and his friends arrive on the day of her marriage and Neelkantha somehow comes to know about their relationship. Though Abeer’s friends plan and bring Nandini away so that she can elope, Abeer decides against it and decides to go away. He is stopped at the last moment by Neelkantha who tells him to take Nandini away who also appears there. Then Nandini and Abir hug. This is a remake of Telugu film Parugu starring Allu Arjun and Sheela.

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

The music is composed by Jeet Ganguly, Rishi Chanda and Samidh Mukherjee. Lyrics for the songs are written by Chandrani Ganguly, Samidh, Prosen and Priyo Chatterjee.

Shedin Dekha Hoyechilo
Soundtrack album by Jeet Ganguly, Rishi-Samidh(for the song Khokababu)
Released Genre = Feature film soundtrack
Jeet Ganguly, Rishi-Samidh(for the song Khokababu) chronology
Bolo Na Tumi Amar
(2010)
Shedin Dekha Hoyechilo
(2010)
Paglu
(2011)
Tracklist
No. Title Artist(s) Length
1. "Shedin Dekha Hoyechilo"   Kunal Ganjawala 04:20
2. "Khokababu"   Rishi-Samidh 04:49
3. "Mon Hariye Beghorey"   Mohit Chauhan 04:23
4. "Hetechi Swapner Haat Dhore"   Javed Ali, June Banerjee, Dipayan Dasgupta 04:37
5. "E Jibone Prem Sei Proshno"   Jeet Ganguly 03:49

Character map of remakes[edit]

Parugu (2008)
(Telugu)
Shedin Dekha Hoyechilo (2010)
(Bengali)
Heropanti (2014)
(Hindi)
Allu Arjun Dev Tiger Shroff
Sheela Srabanti Chatterjee Kriti Sanon
Prakash Raj Tapas Paul Prakash Raj

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