Romeo (2011 film)

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Romeo
Romeo (2011) bengali movie starring Dev wallpaper.jpg
Theatrical Poster for Romeo
Directed by Sujit Mondal
Produced by Shree Venkatesh Films
Starring Dev
Subhashree Ganguly
Sabyasachi Chakrabarty
Laboni Sarkar
Parthasarathi Deb
Koushik Banerjee
Music by Jeet Ganguly
Cinematography Kumud Verma
Edited by Rabi Ranjan Moitra
Production
company
Release date
  • 4 November 2011 (2011-11-04)
Running time
109 minutes
Country India
Language Bengali

Romeo is a romantic Bengali film directed by Sujit Mondol and starring Dev and Subhashree Ganguly in lead roles with Sabyasachi Chakrabarty, Laboni Sarkar, Koushik Banerjee in supporting roles, whilst the music was scored by critically acclaimed Jeet Ganguly. The film was released on 4 November 2011. It is an official remake of the Telugu movie Konchem Ishtam Konchem Kashtam. It was an average[1] for Dev after a long time.

Plot[edit]

This story is set in the backdrop of a village where Pooja (Subhashree Ganguly) grows under the shade of her doting father Chatterjee (Kaushik Banerjee) who takes care of everything for her and she is equally attached to him. She comes to Kolkata for her further studies and stays at her uncle Dibakar's (Biswajit Chakraborty) house. There, her cousin Swati has a group of friends and one among them is the happy and playful Siddhartha, or Siddhu (Dev).

Siddhu is a big Casanova among girls and though he always has a smile on his face, there is a sad past as his mother Nandini (Laboni Sarkar) is living separately from his father Aviraj Roy (Sabyasachi Chakrabarty).

Actually, both of Siddhu's parents had a love marriage. Eventually, both Siddhu and Pooja fall in love and the time comes for Siddhu to ask Pooja's hand in marriage. Mr.Chatterjee says that if Siddhu can unite his parents and get them together, he would be willing to accept the proposal.

From then on start the efforts and trials of both Siddhu and Pooja to get Aviraj and Nandini together. One night, when Aviraj is driving Siddhu to his mother's home, they talk about when his parents separated. His father understands his feelings and what he's trying to say, and his father answers "that he couldn't have done anything,his mother just left him." To this Siddhu answers, "No, you should have gone after her. You should have never let her go." Even after this talk with Aviraj, Pooja and Siddhu have lots of failures, but eventually Siddhu unites his parents together and Pooja's father, Chatterjee, also unites the other lovers, Pooja and Siddhu.

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

Romeo
Soundtrack album by Jeet Ganguly
Recorded Purple Haze & Purple Rain Studios, Mumbai
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Length 25:41
Jeet Ganguly chronology
Paglu
(2011)
Romeo
(2011)

The soundtrack features 6 songs composed by acclaimed composer Jeet Ganguly with lyrics written by Priyo Chattopadhyay, Chandrani Ganguly and Prasen

No. Title Lyrics Artist(s) Length
1. "Lady Killer Romeo" Priyo Chattopadhyay Jeet Ganguly, Akriti Kakkar 3:50
2. "Eta ki Bhul" Prasen Shaan, Monali Thakur 4:47
3. "Mala Re" Priyo Chattopadhyay Jeet Ganguly 4:29
4. "Ghum Ghum Oi Chokhe" Chandrani Ganguly Sonu Nigam, Shreya Ghoshal 4:24
5. "Mon Toke Dilam" Priyo Chattopadhyay Zubin Garg 3:50
6. "Jaay Pakhi Ure" Priyo Chattopadhyay Rana Mazumdar 4:24

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Box office report of Bengali films 22se Srabon and Romeo". newsonindiancelebrities. Retrieved 2015-07-03. 

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