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Directed by Haranath Chakraborty
Produced by Pijush Saha
Written by Pijus Saha
Starring Soham Chakraborty
Subhasree Ganguly
Music by S. P. Venkatesh
Release date(s) 6 June 2008
Country India
Language Bengali

Bajimaat (Bengali: বাজিমাত "") is a 2008 Bengali film directed by Haranath Chakraborty.[1]



Suvra (Soham Chakraborty) is a lower middle class young boy, who dreams of becoming a big singer. His girlfriend Jhilik( Subhasree Ganguly) also dreams of becoming a singer. Suvra and Jhilik are both trapped by a company of a reality show organisation. Suvra loses a lac of rupees, which is actually his college admission fee for computer engineering. But his father cannot bear this shock and suffers from a massive heart attack. To save his family, Suvra gives up his dream and starts working in a TV Channel. The CEO of this TV channel, Sanjay Sen is a good man and he supports Suvra. On the other hand, Jhilik is also exploited by Rohit, son of the reality show organiser. Rohit separates Suvra and Jhilik. But ultimately, with the sponsorship of Sanjay Sen and the sacrifice of Jhilik, Suvra becomes the Singer of Bengal. Suvra and Jhilik are re-united as lovers.


  • Soham Chakraborty Suvra
  • Subhasree Ganguly Jhilik
  • Ranjit Mallick Sanjay Mitra
  • Rajatava Dutta Satyabrata
  • Aparajita Auddy Didi
  • Debika Mukhopadhyay Suvra's mother
  • Santu Mukhopadhyay Suvra's father
  • Sudip Mukhopadhyay Husband of Jhilik's elder sister
  • Soumili Biswas Sister of Suvra's sister
  • Biswanath Bose Suvra's friend



Director Haranath Chakraborty

Producer Pijush Saha

Music Director S. P. Venkatesh

Lyrics Gautam Susmit

Screenplay Manotosh Chakraborty

Story Pijus Saha

Dialogue Manotosh Chakraborty

Cinematographer V. Prabhakar

Editor Subhash Maity

Art Director Subrata Singha

Playback Singer Alka Yagnik Biga Kartick


Critical reception

critical review was bad

See also


  1. ^ Chatterji, Shoma A. (27 June 2008). "Bajimaat: Too loud and long (Bangla)". Retrieved 2008-11-03.  

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