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Mahulbanir Sereng

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Language  Bengali
Director  Sekhar Das
Country  India
Mahulbanir Sereng movie poster
Release date  13 February 2004 (2004-02-13)

Mahulbonir Sereng (Bengali: মেহুলবনীর সেরেঙ্গ Songs of Mahulbonir or Tribal song Mahulbonir ) is a 2004 Bengali film directed by Sekhar Das. This film was released at 13th Brisbane International Film Festival 2004 and 19 April 2005 at Filmfest DC in Washington.


Didi lo didi mahulbanir sereng


The story of Mahulbanir Sereng is a narrative revolving around the triangular love story of Aghore (Pijush Ganguly), with his wife Saheli (Chandrayee Ghosh) and Dr. Alaktak Roy (Silajit Majumder). Aghore is a police constable who works in a different place so he often stays out of hometown, in the mean time his wife Saheli gets closer with the new young doctor of their village. When Aghore came back, he get the news the Saheli is pregnant, he becomes very happy. But the all of villageman claims that the baby is the doctor's and not of Aghore's. Though Aghore tries to argue in favour of his wife and doctor but the village head calls 'Gira' by gram Panchayet (Judgement by 10 village heads). On the day of 'Gira' Saheli commits suicide and the narrator Damayanti (Roopa Ganguly) helps the doctor to run away. Another parallel story of Damayanti and Somesh Gomes (Sabyasachi Chakrabarty) goes side by side. Somesh is a social worker, the love interest of Damayanti who is the B.D.O. of that tribal area. Twelve years after this incident Damayanti comes back to the village of 'Mahulbani' and finds that besides many changes the beauty and simplicity of nature still exists.


  • Sabyasachi Chakrabarty as Somesh Gomes
  • Roopa Ganguly as Damayanti
  • Arindam Sil as Husband Of Damayanti
  • Aparajita Auddy
  • Chandrayee Ghosh as Saheli
  • Deb Shankar Halder
  • Debesh Raychowdhury
  • Pijush Ganguly as Aghore
  • Silajit Majumder as Dr Alatak Roy
  • Kunal Mitra as Damayanti's Senior Officer
  • Crew

  • Director Sekhar Das
  • Producer Shampa Bhattacharya
  • Music Director Chirodeep Dasgupta
  • Director Of Photography : Premendu Bikash Chaki
  • Awards

  • BFJA - Best Indian Films Awards on 10 categories(2005)
  • BFJA - Most Promising Actress Award- Chandrayee Ghosh
  • BFJA- Best Cinematography by Premendu Bikash Chaki
  • References

    Mahulbanir Sereng Wikipedia

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