Music Release of Bejanma (2010) Bengali Movie

CALCUTTA, Oct 8, 2010 (Washington Bangla Radio) On 8th October, 2010 evening, the Middleton Chamber, Kolkata has experience gala music release of the movie ‘Bejanma” ( The Bastard ). The music album has been released by Purple Music.

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Produced by A Square Productions, the film is a story of two mafia brothers with all most all the family members are criminal elements except son of one family “Debu” ( played by Lokesh Ghosh ) and daughter of other family; played by Satabdi Roy. Debu is also weak for a local school teacher “ Tagori” ( played by Shreya Pandey ). When his brothers try to break communal harmony of the area, Debu revolts against them. They beat Debu and he dies in Hospital. But Debu’s parents hide this news from others. On the furenal day, a guy suddenly has come to the area who has strong resemblance with Debu. Though the guy is a hardcore criminal, Debu’s parents accept him as their son and hide him from police. This guy, Anando, is a bastard; brought up by a mafia don. With the plan of Debu’s father; Anando, as Debu, has taken revenge against the other criminals. He becomes darling to villagers. At the same time, he feels the love from Tagori, who always thinks Anando as Debu. Slowly Anando starts changing and becoming a good guy. But the criminals suddenly come to know the actual facts regarding Anando and the rivalry starts again but with the changed Anando. And there starts the second part of the film which you have to watch at halls after release.

Directed by Ashish Mitra and music directed by Bappi Lahiri, this film has a strong presence of eminent playback singers like Shreya Ghosal, Alka Yagnik, Shaan, Sadhana Sargam, Babul Supriyo, Rema Lahiri, Bappi Lahiri and June Banerjee.

“Aare Dhak Baje” by Rema Lahiri, Sadhna Sargam and Babul Supriyo catches the true spirit of Durga Puja whereas “Piritir Eto Jwalare” by Bappi Lahiri and Shreya Ghosal is a melodious one. “Jwale Gyalo” and “O Banshi Ekbar Bajaiyo na” are good item numbers.