Tor Naam

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Tor Naam
Tor Naam poster.jpg
Movie poster
Directed by Jaya Sankar
Produced by Weird Industry
Written by Priyo Chatterjee
Screenplay by Jaya Sankar
Starring Gaurav, Swati, Victor Banerjee, Sabyasachi Chakrabarty, Tota Roychowdhury, Mithu Chakrabarty.
Music by Akassh
Cinematography Barni K Sridharam
Edited by Rabiranjan Moitra
Release date
  • 7 December 2012 (2012-12-07) (Kolkata)
Country Indian
Language Bengali

Tor Naam is a 2012 Bengali movie directed by Jaya Sankar and produced by Weird Industries. The film is a remake of the Telegu movie Kotha Bangaru Lokam.[1][2]


Raju is only child of his lovable parents from Kolkata. His father is very honest & raised him with love. He studies in higher secondary in a Boarding College of West Sikkim. In midsession, a beautiful girl named Swapna gets admitted into the college. Swapna is only child of her strict parents. Swapna finds many things in Raju which she expected. Once listening to a friendly lecturer's lecture about differences between love & attraction, Raju decides to propose Swapna with a letter. Swapna accepts the proposal & both of them finds out that they are fallen in love with each other. But accidentally a photo of them gets published on a newspaper and Swapna's father takes away her from college. Raju is ordered to bring his father for participating in final exam. What happened after this in the lives of Raju & Swapna? Would they win over all obstacles?



No. Title Singer(s) Length
1. "Confusion Confusion" Neeraj Sridhar  
2. "Tor Naam - Title Track" Neeraj Sridhar  
3. "Hare Hare Rama" Zubeen Garg & Neelakshi  
4. "Ei Ami Ei Tumi" Saberi  
5. "O Bondhu Re " Zubeen Garg  
6. "College Campuse e" Akassh & Avik  

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Tor Naam (2012) sweet reminder of teenage days: WBRi Bengali Movie Review". WBri. Retrieved 14 December 2012. 
  2. ^ "Grand music Launch of Tor Naam". Gomolo. Retrieved 14 December 2012. 

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