First Look at Bengali Movie Hello Memsaheb (2010) - Jeet-Priyanka Trivedi-Dimpy Ganguly

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Hello Memshaheb is an upcoming Kolkata Bengali movie directed by Shibo Proshad Mukhopadhyay starring Tollywood hero JEET with Priyanka Trivedi, acclaimed theater writer-director Bratya Basu, the rapidly upcoming Hot Bengali actress-model Dimpy Ganguly and more. Hello Memsaab is written by Nandita Roy and produced by Arijit Biswas.

Arijit Biswas, proprietor of Arijit Films, has been associated with the film industry for past 7 years. Arijit Films is the sister concern of Cinemawalla, which has produced over 40 films in Bengali, Hindi, English, Bhojpuri and Assamese. Few notable films, which have been nationally and internationally acclaimed and have also won awards are: Utsab (Buy Bengali Movie DVD Online), TITLI (BENGALI Movie DVD) (Directed by much acclaimed director Rituparno Ghosh), Bow Barracks Forever (buy DVD online) . He was co-producer of Utsab, Titli, Bow Barracks Forever and Ora Kara (BUY VCD) (a Bengali film featuring Amitabh Bachchan and Dimple Kapadia). They have a track record in distributing Hindi and Bengali films for the past 20 years.

Dimpy Ganguly, whose formal name is Soumyasree Ganguly, recently grabbed Indian television limelight by being chosen as the bride for Rahul in the reality TV show Rahul Dulhania Le Jayega on NDTV Imagine Indian TV Channel. NDTV Imagine and Indian TV channels are available live online on computers and TV sets - click here for more information »

The Bengali film songs of HELLO MEMSHAHEB have been written, composed and directed by Bengali band BHOOMI frontman Surojit Chattopadhyay.


Mita: A beautiful young girl left all alone in this world after a tragic accident which snatched her sister from her life but left behind her little nephew, Tinga, to care for. Mita is vulnerable and naive. She has never seen her new Boss so she takes Megh at face value and is thrilled by the services he is doling out at home - specifically keeping the naughty Tinga in check. When she discovers her new servant’s real identity, there is a hell to pay.

Tinga: Mita’s one and only nephew and the only relative she has left in this world. Tinga is extremely naughty and difficult to control and his aunt finds it difficult to manage both him and her office at the same time. When Megh enters their household as the new servant the two enter into a secret pact to keep the entire charcade a secret from his aunt. They are true comrades-in-arm.

Goju: The actual Oriya servant sent by Mita’s aunt from Bhuwaneshwar. Goju is a pawn in the hands of both Megh and Tinga and has to abide by their wishes at all time.

Official Synopsis: Megh Chatterjee, having recently lost his father, had been compelled to return from USA to take over the reins of his father’s Real Estate Business. Though known as a playboy amongst the ‘Page3’ crowd he frequented, he was, actually, a mischievous, whimsical and impulsive little boy at heart- always up to some trick or the other. His grandmother was aware of his mischievous streak and indulged him thoroughly.

One fine day, Megh happens to spot Mita on the road. A beautiful young girl, her face suffused in the flowers that she was buying. To Megh, it was love at first sight. Almost bewitched and in a trance, Megh follows Mita to her home. Before he can approach her, she enters her apartment and shuts the door on her face. On her door-step, Megh discovers a letter that says that a new Oriya servant would be soon joining the household. Megh’s mischievous streak comes to the fore and in an attempt to get closer to the woman of his dreams, he disguises himself as an Oriya servant and joins Mita’s household as Priyo, the servant.

Mita, in the meanwhile, lives on her own with her 8 yr old nephew Tinga. A few years ago, Mita had lost her only relative in this world, her sister Meena, in an accident. Luckily, Tinga had survived and it fell upon Mita to abandon her studies in Bangalore, return back to Kolkata to look after her only nephew, Tinga.

Luckily, she manages to find a job for herself in Roy & Roy Constructions. But it becomes very difficult for her to hold on to her job as Tinga is very naughty and demanding and she is at her wits end thinking of ways and means to control Tinga. Fortunately, her friend Jita’s aunt promises to send an accomplished Oriya servant who would not only cater to all of Tinga’s needs but also look after the entire household. Mita is ecstatic to see Megh, impersonating as Priyo, at her doorstep. She warmly welcomes him.

Soon enough Megh takes over the entire household, even manages to curb Tinga’s over enthusiasm by becoming partners in crime. He also strikes a deal with the real ‘Priyo’ (who arrives a day later & whom they name ‘Goju’) to take care of the entire household while he and Tinga make merry.

Unfortunately for Megh, he is unaware that Mita is working in his own company. When he discovers Mita in his office, he panics and does his best to hide his identity from her. Mita is slightly confused. Megh seems familiar to her but she cannot place him. For whenever she met Megh in her house, he would be in his Oriya disguise. Thus starts a game of hide-n-seek with Megh doing his best to carry off his disguise, sometimes successfully, sometimes not- thereby creating hilarious situations.

But, one day, Mita discovers his secret. And then? What happens after that?

Cast and Crew

Megh- Jeet
Mita- Priyanka Trivedy
Tinga- Arirtra
Gaju- Kanchan
Menon- Bratya Basu
Jeeta- Dimpy
Aveek- Biswanath

Story- Nandita Roy

Screenplay & Dialogue- Nandita Roy & Shiboprasad Mukherjee

Lyrics & Music- Surojit Chatterjee (Bhoomi)

Director of Photography- Premananda Bikash Chaki, Goopi Bhagat & Joydep Bose

All information in this post is from Hello Memsaheb official web-site. Please contact the producer for more information:

Arijit Biswas
27B, Chittaranan Avenue
Kolkata 700072
West Bengal, India

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