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Country  Bangladesh
Director  Uttam Akash
Language  Bengali
Tui Jodi Aamar Hoiti Re movie poster
Release date  2007

Tui Jodi Aamar Hoiti Re (Bengali: তুই যদি আমার হইতি রে meaning of English: If You are were Mine..?) is a Bangladeshi Bengali-language romantic family drama film. It released in 2007 all over Bangladesh. It was directed and written by Uttam Akash. Tui Jodi Aamar Hoiti Re stars Shakib Khan, Ferdous, Moushumi and many more. It marks the first and so far, the only, time in Dhallywood film history with Moushumi and Shakib Khan as a pair on screen together. It was considered a moderate success at the box office.

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Plot

Shakib Khan is a young landlord in an area. One day he saw Moushumi and fell love with her. But Moushumi loves a simple village man named Ferdous. Shakib Khan really desires Moshuimi. Moushumi tried to understand that he is junior to her and she loves another. But Shakib Khan is determined to get her.

For this Shakib Khan picks up Ferdous and destroys his eyes. He then takes Mouishumi to him palace. Moushumi acted love with the landlord Shakib Khan. After time, he understood that it is impossible to own one’s heart by force. The story ends when Shakib Khan gives his eyes to Ferdous and shoots himself. After getting his sight back, Ferdous asks who gave him the eyes and want to see him. The doctor brings him to the dead body of Shakib Khan.

Cast

  • Shakib Khan
  • Ferdous
  • Moushumi
  • Pobir Mitro
  • Rina Khan
  • Kabila
  • Siba Shanu
  • Crew

  • Director: Uttam Akash
  • Story: Uttam Akash
  • Script: Uttam Akash
  • Music: Imon Saha
  • Lyrics: Kabir Bokul
  • Cinematography: Akash
  • Editing: Mizno
  • Distributor: Anupom
  • Technical details

  • Format: 35 MM (Color)
  • Real: 13 Pans
  • Original Language: Bengali
  • Country of Origin: Bangladesh
  • Date of Theatrical Release: 2007
  • Technical Support: Bangladesh Film Development Corporation (BFDC)
  • References

    Tui Jodi Aamar Hoiti Re Wikipedia


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