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The poster for the film Yuddho
Bengali যুদ্ধ
Directed by Rabi Kinagi
Produced by Shree Venkatesh Films
Screenplay by N.K. Salil
Starring Mithun Chakraborty
Debashree Roy
Koel Mallick
Music by Jeet Gannguli
Edited by Rabiranjan Moitra
Release date
29 July 2005[1]
Running time
166 mins
Country India
Language Bengali
Budget 1.5 crore[2]
Box office 2.5 crore[2]

Yuddho (or Juddho) (English: War) is a Bengali language action drama film released in 2005 and dubbed in Odia. Directed by Rabi Kinagi, the movie featured Mithun Chakraborty, Debashree Roy, Jeet and Koel Mallick.[3][4]


The story revolves around police officer Agnishwar Ray (Mithun Chakraborty), who keeps getting transferred due to his aggressive nature towards criminals. He ends up at Uttarpara police station where young boy Surja Sinha (Jeet) is the local strongman. Ranjit Saha (Bharat Kaul), the younger brother of the local MLA named Joy Chand Saha (Rajatava Dutta), abducts a girl when the girl was returning from a college function, and violently rapes her in his car, leaving her to die. Agnishwar arrests Ranjit. To take revenge, the MLA gets Agnishwar put in prison and his wife Sandhya (Debashree Roy) murdered. There starts Agnishwar's revenge where he slowly kills all the persons responsible for putting him behind bars and killing his wife, ending with the death of the MLA and himself at the hands of Surja, who has by now become a police officer.




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

1."Baisakhete Prothom Dekha" Sonu Nigam, Shreya Ghoshal 
2."Tomar O Chokhete" Babul Supriyo, Sadhna Sargam 
3."Kichu Asha Khoje Bhasa"Priyo ChattopadhyaySonu Nigam, Shreya Ghoshal 
4."Sadher Lao" Jojo 
5."Sure Sure Aaj O Mon" Sonu Nigam, Babul Supriyo, Shreya Ghoshal 


  1. ^ "JUDDHA". The Telegraph. Calcutta. 18 July 2005. Retrieved 19 November 2008.
  2. ^ a b "Big clash means big cash". The Telegraph. Calcutta. 29 August 2005. Retrieved 19 November 2008.
  3. ^ "Joddha (tentatively titled)". The Telegraph. Calcutta. 8 May 2005. Retrieved 19 November 2008.
  4. ^ Biswas, Pradip (19 August 2005). "Bengali films lucrative?". screenindia.com. Retrieved 24 November 2008.