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Bhalobasa Bhalobasa

Movie Poster
Directed by Rabi Kinagi
Produced by Ashoke Kumar Dhanuka
Starring Sabyasachi Chakraborty
Hiran Chatterjee
Srabanti Malakar
Music by S. P. Venkatesh
Distributed by Eskay Movies
Release date(s) 2 October 2008
Country India
Language Bengali
Budget Rs. 3 crore [1]

Bhalobasa Bhalobasa (Bengali: ভালবাসা ভালবাসা "Love Love") (2008) is a Bengali film by Rabi Kinagi.This movie is the second film of both Hiran Chatterjee and Srabanti Malakar.Hiran Chatterjee's first film was Nabab Nandini opposite of Koyel Mullick in 2007 and Srabanti Malakar's first film was Champion opposite of Jeet in 2003.After five-week running success prompted producer Ashok Dhanuka add one more song Bol raja chai kemon rani,to the film after shooting it right after Kali Puja.This is the first bengali film which were shoted at Salzburg in Austria.[1][2][3] This film is actually COPY from Telugu bolckbuster musical and romantic movie Bommarillu directed and co-written by Bhaskar, starring Prakash Raj, Genelia D'Souza and Siddharth Narayan.[4] The film primarily revolves around a father and son relationship with the father's dote on his son ironically leaving a bitter taste with the latter. The son's choices and his wants to achieve something in life are always subdued by his father's.The father has a justification in the form of his dream, that is to build a dream house. When it comes to his son's marriage, the son breaks his shackles of respect only to experience the newly found independence. The film concludes with the father's repentance on his foolishness and the happy marriage of the protagonists.The Title Track music of this film is also copied from Bommarillu

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Plot

The film begins with a baby taking his initial steps on a beach while the father is supporting him. The narrator in the background (Murali Mohan) states that, it is right for a father to support his child in his infancy, but questions whether the father should continue to hold the child’s hand even after he is 24 years old. As the credits roll, a visibly angry Siddhu (Hiran Chatterjee) begins uttering abuses at all the fathers in the world. When inquired about his disgust, he says that his father, Aravind (Sabyasachi Chakraborty), gives him more than what he asks for. He cites instances where his choices of dressing, hairdo and many others are stashed away by his father’s. However, he vows that the two things that will be of his choice would be, his career and the woman he would marry.

Post-credits, Satti (Sunil), the Arvind dutiful household’s servant wakes up Siddhu in the morning. In the background, we see Siddhu’s mother, Lakshmi (Laboni Sarkar) singing a devotional song while cooking. At the dining table, Arvind, Managing Director of their construction company, inquires if Siddhu will join their office for managing their business. When Siddhu deliberates, his father doesn’t stand any longer and instead plans for his marriage despite Siddhu's silent protest. The next week, he returns home to realize that he is going to get engaged to Subbulakshmi (Locket Chatterjee) against his wishes. He speaks with her only to realize that she is a daddy’s girl (Tanikella Bharani being the father) and she not being to his liking. However, with Arvind’s final say, they eventually get engaged.

While contemplating on his options in a temple, Siddhu accidentally meets Priya (Srabanti Malakar), an engineering student. Seeing her chirpy nature and vibrance, Siddhu begins to like her. He makes attempts to know her by meeting her on a regular basis. In the process, he starts liking her cherubic and ever-friendly nature and as someone who does what she loves. As days go by, he realizes about so many small things in her company that gave him happiness. He realizes that he has fallen in love with her.

Alongside this, Siddhu applies for a bank loan to start out on his dream of building his career. When his love for Priya deepens, he wishes to propose to her. He confesses to her that he is engaged to get married to Subbulakshmi against his wishes, but what he really wants is her. On knowing of him being engaged, Priya gets dejected, but comes back a day later and asks him to do what he wishes for and accepts his proposal. At this juncture, the ecstatic Siddhu is seen by a furious Arvind. Siddhu is admonished back home and he expresses his disinterest in marriage with Subbulakshmi. When asked for his reason to like Priya, Siddhu replies saying that if Priya can stay with their family for a week, then all their questions shall be answered. He convinces Priya to stay at his house after lying to her father, Kanaka Rao (Kota Srinivasa Rao)that she is going on a college tour.

When Priya is introduced to Siddhu’s family, she gets a lukewarm welcome. As she settles down in the house, one after the other begins to like her. Even though getting used to the living habits of the authoritarian Arvind's household was difficult, Priya stayed put for Siddhu's sake. In the meanwhile, Arvind reprimands Siddhu when he knows of his bank loan and his plans, only to further enrage Siddhu. One day the entire family along with Priya attends a marriage ceremony. A cheerful Priya cheers up the ceremony with her playful nature. Coincidentally, Kanaka Rao who happens to be around, recognizes Siddhu as the drunken young man whom he encountered on an earlier occasion. Priya realizes her father's presence and quickly exits to avoid his attention. After saving their grace, Siddhu admonishes Priya for her antics at the marriage. A sad and angry Priya moves out of the house saying that she does not find Siddhu the same and that she cannot put on an act if she stays in their house. After getting back to her house, she rebuilds the trust her father has in her while Siddhu is left forlorn. Lakshmi confronts Arvind on Siddhu’s choices and wants. In the process, Siddhu opens up his heart and leaving Arvind to repent on his foolishness. Siddhu requests Subbulakshmi and her parents to call off the impending marriage. While they relent, Arvind manages to convince Kanaka Rao about Siddhu and Priya's marriage. In return, Kanaka Rao wants to know more about Siddhu by having him live in house for a week. Arvind agrees with this and as the story returns to the pre-credits scene, the viewers are left to assume about the happy marriage of the protagonists.

Cast

Crew

  • Producer(s):Ashoke Kumar Dhanuka
  • Director: Rabi Kinagi
  • Story:
  • Production Design:
  • Dialogue:
  • Lyrics: Goutam Susmit
  • Editing :
  • Cinematography:
  • Music Director: S. P. Venkatesh

Music

The music of Bhalobasa Bhalobasa, composed by S. P. Venkatesh, was released in India on 22 September 2008 The soundtrack has been at the number one spot on the music charts for several consecutive weeks.[5] Media partner of Bhalobasa Bhalobasa is Bengali Music Channel Sangeet Bangla.

Bhalobasa Bhalobasa
Studio album by S. P. Venkatesh
Released
22 September 2008 (CD release)
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Label
V Music
S. P. Venkatesh chronology
Bondhoo
(2007)
Bhalobasa Bhalobasa
(2008)
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(-)
Song Singer(s) Duration
Bol Raja Chai Kemon Rani Priya,Trijoy, Niladri 4:10
Boloto Lokey Basle Bhalo Shaan 5:45
Halka Halka Ei Ektu Melamesha Shaan and Chorus 5:45
Ektu Lajja Chokhe Ektu Lajja Mukhe Alka Yagnik,Shaan 5:41
Gurujana Bole Prem Karona Priya, Amit Ral, Md.Aziz 4:10
Bhenga Gelo Aaj Swapno Amar Kumar Sanu 5:10

Critical Reception

References

  1. ^ a b Nag, Kushali (3 October 2008). "Dreamland". www.telegraphindia.com. http://www.telegraphindia.com/1081003/jsp/entertainment/story_9920372.jsp. Retrieved 2008-11-08.  
  2. ^ "On song, Hiran". www.telegraphindia.com. November 6 , 2008. http://www.telegraphindia.com/archives/archive.html. Retrieved 2008-11-08.  
  3. ^ Nag, Kushali (October 15 , 2008). "Tolly tally". www.telegraphindia.com. http://www.telegraphindia.com/1081015/jsp/entertainment/story_9968245.jsp. Retrieved 2008-11-08.  
  4. ^ "Most expensive Bengali movie". www.tollynewz.com. http://www.tollynewz.com/newz/1-tollynewz/82-most-expensive-bengali-movie-.html. Retrieved 2009-02-09.  
  5. ^ Top Ten albums of the week

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See also

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