Paran Jai Jaliya Re

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Paran Jai Jaliya Re
Poran Jai Jolia Re.jpg
Poster of Paran Jai Jaliya Re
Directed byRabi Kinagi
Produced byShree Venkatesh Films
Based onNamastey London
Subhashree Ganguly
Music byJeet Gannguli
Release date
  • 24 July 2009 (2009-07-24)
Running time
155 minutes

Paran Jai Jaliya Re (My Heart is Set on Fire) is a 2009 Bengali film directed by Ravi Kinnagi. This film stars Dev and Subhashree Ganguly.[1] It is a remake of 2007 Hindi film Namastey London. The director of the original Vipul Shah filed a case against the producers of Paran Jai Jaliya Re and they gave a penalty of Rs. 75 lakh.[2] In this movie, Dev and Subhasree Ganguly act together in the second time after the film, Challenge.


Anna (Subhashree Ganguly) is a NRI girl living in London whose father (Biswajit Chakraborty) wants her to get married with an Indian lad. However, Anna is deeply involved in a platonic relationship with a half-British boy Harry. Anna's brother, Sid (Tota Roy Choudhury) is in a relationship with a British girl and wants to marry her. However, his father refuses to let him marry her and which makes Sid choose to leave his parents' home. Meanwhile, Anna's father manages to bring his wife and daughter to India where he can find a suitable groom for his daughter. They meet Raj, a quintessential charming Bengali lad who falls in love with Anna and their marriage is finalized since Raj's father is an old friend of Anna's dad. However, although Anna likes Raj, she hatches a plan to delay and finally annul the engagement by implementing her brother's plan of bringing Raj to London and 'breaking up' with him abroad. Now in a foreign land, Raj tackles the adversities before him in order to win over Anna and marry her at last.



The biggest hit was "Chokher Jole (চোখের জলে)"[citation needed] sung by Zubeen Garg.

All lyrics written by Gautam Sushmit, Priyo Chattopadhyay; all music composed by Jeet Gannguli.

1."Chokher Jole (চোখের জলে)"Priyo ChattopadhyayZubeen Garg5:10
2."Swapno Nil (স্বপ্ন নীল)"Gautam SusmitJeet Gannguli4:08
3."Mon Jaane" Shaan, June Banerjee 
4."Dhaker Taley"Priyo ChattopadhyayAbhijeet Bhattacharya, Parinita, Sudipto & Chorus4:51
5."Poran Jai Jolia Re"Gautam SushmitJeet Gannguli 
6."Paran Jai Jaliya Re" Jeet Gannguli 
7."Swapno Neel" Jeet Gannguli 
8."Paran Jai Jaliya Re (Remix)"Gautam SushmitJeet Gannguli 


The producers of the movie were sued soon after the release of the film, following the revelation that the plot was lifted from 2007 film Namastey London. Producer Vipul Shah brought plagiarism charges against the film and the film was banned from screening twice, once by a lower court and later by Calcutta High Court. However, after the High Court decision, the producers came to a truce after Shree Venkatesh Films agreed to pay a "fine" of seventy-five lakh (7.5 million) rupees. This out-of-court settlement can be considered hefty since the making of the film took about 2 crore (20 million) rupees. Moreover, the settlement required the movie to display a title card stating 'Based on Namastey London, a film by Vipul Amrutlal Shah'.[2]


  1. ^ "Poran Jay Joliya Re (2009) Bengali Movie". 27 June 2009. Retrieved 8 May 2018.
  2. ^ a b "Copycat pays Rs 75 lakh to play Poran Jai plays on – Poran Jai Joliya Re strikes out-of-court deal with Namastey London". The Telegraph. 5 September 2009. Retrieved 8 May 2018.

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