Subarna Golak

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Subarna Golak is an Indian Bengali comedy drama film directed by Manu Sen based on the same name novel of Bankim Chandra Chatterjee.[1][2] This film was released in 1981 in the banner of Kalimata Productions.[3] Music and script writing were made by Hemanta Mukherjee and Birendra Krishna Bhadra respectively.[4][3]


Lord Shiva threw away a golden ball that even the gods are scared to keep. The Ball creates greed and violence to the gods due to its excellency. But Shiva input a magical power in this ball. Whenever a person physically hands it over to someone else, they start behaving like each other. It reaches Earth, accidentally a typical Bengali Babu is the first person to find it while going to his in-laws’ home. He gives it to his servant to carry and their mind get exchange which causes lough riot.



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