Sangee

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Sangee
Sangee (2002 movie poster).jpg
The poster for the film Sangee
Directed by Haranath Chakraborty
Produced by Shree Venkatesh Films
Starring Jeet
Priyanka Trivedi
Ranjit Mallick
Music by S. P. Venkatesh
Release date
14 June 2003
Country India
Language Bengali
Budget 1cr
Box office 2.25 cr[1]

Sangee ( Sangi or Songi) (Bengali: সঙ্গী "campanion") is a 2002 Bengali film directed by Haranath Chakraborty, the film featured Jeet, Priyanka Trivedi.[2] The film was a remake of Tamil film Kannedhirey Thondrinal.

Plot[edit]

Bijay comes to Calcutta from Siliguri for higher studies and has a chance meeting with Rupa. Bijay experiences what is termed "Love at first sight" according to his mentor and maternal uncle Prabha mama. Although Bijay comes from a rich and affluent background, he is very down to earth and hence befriends Rana in the college despite the initial friction between them. Bijay keeps pursuing his love interest Rupa in the shopping malls, computer classes, railway station unaware of the fact that Rupa is Ranas younger sister. But Bijay sacrifices his love when he founds out this fact and also an incident that brought turmoil in Rana's life. But Bijay sacrifices his love when he founds out this fact and also an incident that brought turmoil in Rana`s life: Rana was betrayed by another friend Dipak, who secretly married Rana's elder sister on a day when she was supposed to marry a prospective groom of Rana and his family's choice. Bijay does not want to betray and hurt Rana in the same way as he could well understand Ranas emotions. But Rupa has a change of heart when she realises this and is torn between her family and her love. So she attempts suicide and it is Prabhu mama who salvages the situation by bringing out .

Cast[edit]

Music[edit]

Music by SP Venkatesh. 1.Alto Choyate

Critical reception[edit]

The Film did overall well at Box Office. Jeet's performance was critically acclaimed.

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