Tumi Ele Tai
|Director Prabhat Roy|
|Release date 1999|
Tumi Ele Tai is a 1999 Bengali film directed by Prabhat Roy and produced by Shree Venkatesh Films under the banner of Shree Venkatesh Films. The film features actors Prosenjit Chatterjee and Rituparna Sengupta in the lead roles. The film's music was composed by Debojyoti Mishra.
Tumi ele tai hajabarala
Akash (Prosenjit), a determinate man. Plans to set up an advertising agency. We see huge ceremonial accordion when this Akash comes back home during Puja. When he returns to the city, his friend Prabat dutta (Tapas Paul) tells him that he has fallen in love with a girl named Arundhati (Rituparna Sengupta), so he sends his friend Akash to Arundhati's parents to talk about the marriage of Prabat Dutta & Arundhati. Arundhati on the contrary loves another boy named Nirmalya, when she later discovers that he will marry her if her father invests the required sum of money demanded by him. Now she becomes terribly helpless, because she also rejected Akash's friend Prabat Dutta's proposal of marriage. Akash save him from depression with love & affection and they fall in love with each other. Before marriage Arundhati's father discloses, that Arundhati is adopted. Accidentally Arundhati comes to know about it & becomes terribly depressed. Akash's grandfather comes to know that Arundhathi's is adopted from their servant Hari Da. After marriage when Akash's family members come to know about it, they behaved very badly with her, but his grandfather always supported her. Akash's sister become pregnant & the boy she loves dies. After giving birth to the child she also dies. Arundhati & Akash adopted the child. This story gives us the lesson that a person’s birth doesn't matter, what matters is his/her behaviour of work.