7 September 2012 (2012-09-07)
Humayun Ahmed (dialogue), Humayun Ahmed (screenplay), Humayun Ahmed (story)
Ghetuputra Komola (Bengali: ঘেটুপুত্র কমলা Gheṭuputro Kômola, English: Pleasure Boy Komola) is a 2012 Bangladeshi musical film written and directed by Humayun Ahmed and produced by Impress Telefilm Limited. The film is Humayan Ahmed's last film before his death. The film was selected as the Bangladeshi entry for the Best Foreign Language Oscar at the 85th Academy Awards, but it did not make the final shortlist.
The story takes place 150 years ago during colonial era in a village Jalshuka, Habibganj. During that time a musical group was created called Ghetugaan where young boys dance in female clothings and Those dancers were called "Ghetu". Soon they became famous among people but the landlords wanted them for sexual desires and the theory of gay marriage was recognized in the society. The Ghetus were used to get hired for the flood season. The story is about a teenage boy who is hired by a colonial era landlord to entertain his sexual desires until the annual flood is over.
The Music of Ghetuputra Komola was composed by Maksud Jamil and S.I Tutul.